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We had high expectations on their pizzas, having read the reviews, but were disappointed. The calzone was half empty and the pizza with anchovies was burnt and had way too much toppings, which was too salty. The tiramisu was good though and service was fine.
Sottocasa is a little hidden pizza treasure in Harlem. It's spectacularly authentic and took me right back to studying abroad in Italy.
We ordered the focaccia bread with spicy garlic oil and olives as a starter. It was wonderful, but the true star was obviously...More
We came in at 12:45pm on a Friday and were seated immediately. We ordered and had our pizza 8-10 minutes after we put our order in, which is one of the fastest service we’ve ever received in a sit down restaurant. We had the Laura...More
We visited little restaurant on our first night in New York. We decided to walk over the Brooklyn bridge, it’s bit of journey but definitely workable.
When we arrived there were no free tables so they sat us at the bar to wait. We happily...More
We were in New York for a post-Thanksgiving holiday, staying in Brooklyn. My daughter wanted pizza for dinner, so we got to work on finding what we hoped would be a great spot. Once again, crowdsourcing did us right by directing us to Sottocasa.
Stopped there for lunch. It’s a small place and the owner had a few calls from people checking out on vacancies...They have some nice organic wines and a short but appealing list of dishes. I had a pizza which was good.