The famed Brooklyn pizzeria that’s a permanent fixture on “best pizza” lists.
Get to Know the Restaurant
Domenico DeMarco left Italy for Brooklyn, where he opened a modest pizzeria in 1965. Half a century later his pizza, with its signature crust and fresh basil, is rightly hailed as an NYC institution and is a permanent fixture on “best pizza” lists.
Regular (Build Your Own) Pie
They call it the "Regular," but there's nothing regular about it—housemade tomato sauce, creamy mozzarella, Parmesan, and Di Fara's signature fresh basil.
Pepperoni Square Pie
One of Di Fara's most popular pies: the Sicilian-style, fluffy, focaccia-like crust is topped with mozzarella, Parmesan and crispy pepperoni.
Family-Size Di Fara Calzone
This giant, magnificently cheesy, crusty calzone is filled with ricotta and mozzarella, topped with Parmesan and basil, and served with a side of tomato sauce.
Hold the tomatoes for Di Fara's beloved, cheesy white pie, with creamy mozzarella, Parmesan, and ricotta, finished with extra virgin olive oil and fresh basil.
Di Fara's take on a classic: peppery arugula, ripe cherry tomatoes, and shaved Parmesan, with balsamic vinaigrette on the side.