Williamsburg Pizza

Notes from CB3: Williamsburg Pizza Approved, Despite Bathroom Situation; Tre Extends Hours

Posted November 17, 2015 at 5:00 am

Last night was a momentous occasion. The SLA subcommittee of Community Board 3 only discussed eight new applicants seeking booze approval. Certainly a rarity these days. Let’s dive into the details. Williamsburg Pizza, 277 Broome Street Holding down the corner of Allen and Broome Streets the last two years, Williamsburg Pizza was on the docket […]

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Pies ‘n’ Thighs Plans New Location at 43 Canal Street

Posted March 28, 2014 at 6:02 am

Looks like yet another Brooklyn-based eatery is making the jump to the Lower East Side. Following in the footsteps of Williamsburg Pizza, the Pies ‘n’ Thighs hub of comfort food on South 4th is angling to open in Chinatown. At 43 Canal Street, to be precise. This location will carry nine tables with nineteen seats. […]

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Op-Ed: Of Pizza and the LES, or How I Spend My $2.50

Last modified July 21, 2014 at 12:44 pm

There is no love like the first way-too-hot crunchy, chewy, cheesy, greasy bite of pizza. Healthy food is all well and good, but when you need sustenance to make it through the day or night, you sometimes just need a slice. Or five. So, I give you my four favorite Pizzerias east of Bowery and […]

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Bradley Theodore Paints Skeletal Terry Richardson Mural for Williamsburg Pizza

Posted February 24, 2014 at 6:02 am

New Chinatown-style fire escape signage wasn’t the only ace up its sleeve. Saturday afternoon, Williamsburg Pizza decided to further spice up its new Lower East Side location with an exterior mural by Bradley Theodore. Continuing with his skeletal series of pop culture icons, the artist painted a colorful homage to photographer Terry Richardson on the Allen Street […]

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The Witch’s Broome: How I Battled My Broome Street Landlord and Won [OP-ED]

Posted February 5, 2014 at 11:46 am

The following Op-ed was written by local comedian Jeff Lawrence, a native New Yorker, and the founder of Laughing Buddha Comedy. He has appeared on NBC, MTV Europe, The Grammy Awards, and in the New York Times, the Daily News, as well as the front pages of the the Wall Street Journal and the Tampa Bay […]

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Williamsburg Pizza Shuttered by Health Department

Posted January 31, 2014 at 10:39 am

It’s been a rather bumpy start for the second outpost of Williamsburg Pizza at 87 Allen Street (aka 277 Broome). For much of the last month, the pizzeria was reportedly out of commission for not having proper heat on premise. However, no sooner had service returned than the Department of Health paid a token visit. […]

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Williamsburg Pizza Goes Big with Fire Escape Signage on Broome and Allen

Posted January 17, 2014 at 6:03 am

Williamsburg Pizza opened its Lower East Side outpost at the end of December, and is now going big with its announcement. Ownership opted to evoke signage stylings often seen throughout Chinatown, that of tiered lettering affixed to tenement fire escapes. “F-R-E-S-H” and “P-I-Z-Z-A” are spelled on both the Allen and Broome Street fronts. The first […]

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Williamsburg Pizza Opens Its Lower East Side Outpost on Broome Street

Posted December 20, 2013 at 6:03 am

Glass cases are stocked and pizza boxes stacked. As of last night, 87 Allen (aka 277 Broome) is now officially the second outpost of Williamsburg Pizza. It’s currently in soft-open mode. This spinoff location – owned and operated by Hotel Chantelle proprietor Kyle O’Brien and Aaron McCann – had been in the works since last July […]

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Progress Report: Williamsburg Pizza Coming Together at 87 Allen

Posted November 22, 2013 at 6:00 am

Hotel Chantelle co-owner Kyle O’Brien and business partner Aaron McCann are together opening the second outpost of Williamsburg Pizza at 87 Allen Street, as first disclosed here last summer. Three months of gut renovations and remodeling have yielded a nearly-completed product here at the corner of Broome Street. The former Chinese-owned W & Y bodega […]

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Williamsburg Pizza Opening New Outpost at 87 Allen

Posted July 31, 2013 at 5:24 am

Sources tell us that Williamsburg Pizza is planning its second location here at Allen Street, with Hotel Chantelle co-owner Kyle O’Brien and Aaron McCann as partners.

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