Whether it’s Williamsburg or Midwood, Di Fara pizza is still Di Fara

June 13, 2018 By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Eagle photo by Rob Abruzzese
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There’s a new expansion Di Fara pizzeria in Williamsburg, and its pizzas are strikingly similar to those served at the original store in Midwood despite the different settings. The new Di Fara is part of the North 3rd Street Market food hall.

Hugh Merwin of the food blog Grub Street wrote, “Both [the pizza in Midwood and that in Williamsburg] had tangy, almost fermented tomato working counter to the melted cheese. Both had a bitter undercurrent from the basil and olive oil, with an almost floral heat from the optional peppers. The crust on both pizzas was cooked a little longer than one might expect, too — a Di Fara hallmark.”

The main differences, Merwin wrote, seem to be that the Williamsburg location accepts credit cards as well as cash and that a speaker there plays Patti Smith and George Michael tunes.

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