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At this perpetually packed slice shop, guests order up thin crust, burrata-topped pies and eat off paper plates while sitting on a patio table or nearby bench. No matter which slice you choose at L’industrie, it will be a standout thanks to excellent Italian ingredients sourced by owners Massimo Laveglia and Nick Baglivo, which also make up their seasonal, weekly-changing Wednesday sandwich specials.
Massimo Laveglia and Nick Baglivo are behind this perpetually-packed casual slice shop, where guests sign up for thin crust, burrata-topped pies and eat off paper plates while sitting on a patio table or nearby bench. Pretty much all the pies here standout, and that’s because the team sources excellent Italian ingredients, which also go into their seasonal, weekly-changing Wednesday sandwich specials. At L’industrie, the wine list was curated by those from Stranger Wines
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254 S 2nd Street
Massimo Laveglia and Nick Baglivo opened this seemingly unfussy slice joint back in 2017, and since then, L’industrie Pizzeria has earned a devout following for its ultra-thin crust round pies laced with premium Italian ingredients. One of the standout slices that most order comes from the leopard-spotted, signature Burrata pie: it’s simple enough in execution––zingy tomato sauce, topped with grated mozzarella and mounds of creamy burrata, finished with extra virgin olive oil––and it’s those high-quality ingredients and a yeasty crust that makes this not your average slice stop. There’s often a line here (but it moves quickly) and patrons like to hang either at the outdoor tables or on a nearby stoop.
Pop into this Brooklyn-favorite slice shop for affordable wedges of margherita and pepperoni pizza. But after enjoying a slice streetside, head back in for some soft serve. L'industrie expanded earlier this year, making just enough room for a soft serve ice cream machine to churn out flavors like olive oil and pistachio gelato or lemon sorbet that can be finished with flaky sea salt or a drizzle of olive oil.
How to order: Walk in