Prez is way off. I’ve had Johns, Di Fara, scarrs, Sauced, and this is only topped by Di Fara. Number 2 best slice in NYC
michaela.mckeown4/29/21, 1:48 a.m.
Beat slice in all the boroughs is here in Williamsburg! I mean prosciutto, pepperoni, burrata, and fresh basil. The sauce is great, crust is killer, and the cheese isn’t too salty, just right. Prez was dead wrong about this spot
janis12/19/20, 2:16 p.m.
Mike Hot Honey and ham slice was a really good slice but wasn’t by any means the best. This place makes a lot of intriguing slices!
jtm272712/9/20, 9:24 p.m.
Came here right after Best Pizza, which I’d previously given a 9.3. Have never been, but have wanted to try for a while. Great crust and ingredients, loved the pepperoni. Still prefer Best Pizza as far as Williamsburg slice joints go, but an excellent pizza regardless.
jacob.dicarlo12/2/20, 6:40 p.m.
Scale won’t work but it’s a Solid 8.8. Great slice. The burrata cheese is excellent and the crust is light. Go on a Wednesday for the ridiculous sandwich they serve.
kevin.price11/21/20, 12:33 a.m.
Fuck tom wolf fucking cocksucker, no disrespect. Another epic pizza cooked perfect the dough is incredible could tell its aged good sauce and cheese ratio lots of flavor plus the fresh basil total win but the crust man puts this pizza hi into the 8s. If this is the last killer for a bit it’s been a good week. Be safe all love peace and pizza greece!!
mart.smyth10/4/20, 1:08 p.m.
Just a good slice. Burrata slice, pictured on the left, was the highlight for me.
popparoach9/27/20, 8:59 p.m.
Excellent!! Great flavor and crust. Would make this my regular if I was closer. Photo of the Burrata Pizza.
jcaputo328/6/20, 2:54 a.m.
And the pizza crown of Williamsburg/Greenpoint officially goes to L’industrie. These slices were as good as it gets. This is what pizza slices should strive to be. Not over salted, crunchy, charred on the crust and bottom, quality ingredients like the sauce for instance (Bianco DiNapoli organic tomatoes) and really cool people running the place. The cold burrata on the one slice combined with shaved parm, basil and great evoo was out of this world. Highly recommend this place for any real pizza connoisseur
ryan.rutherford8/1/20, 10:59 p.m.
🚨UNDERRATED ALERT🚨 This joint may look like a hole in the wall but they sling pizza pies fit for a king! New School Italian with an Old Neighborhood feel is the best way to describe these incredibly delicious pies. All you need is one bite and you know you’re eating some of the best pizza you’ve ever had. Relatively thin, very light, with a rare combo of fluffy, airy & crispy dough. Quality ingredients make for that authentic “Italy meets New York” taste. Outstanding flavor throughout the entire pie. The sauce is spread rather thin but has the perfect amount of tang and zip, producing a tingle to the tongue, enhanced by the beautifully fresh basil. The cheese might be the least impressive aspect of this pie, but the light sprinkle of shredded Parmesan on top certainly boosts its flavor. They also offer a burrata pie which I’m told is incredible and can’t wait to try. I absolutely love the char on the crust which is fantastically crispy and super light...one of the best pie crusts I’ve ever had. And thanks to the pandemic, it’s no longer cash only, so bring your credit card cause the cheapest pie is $23. Also, Dave’s 7.9 score is way off and it caused others to lowball as well. Do yourself a favor, get to Brooklyn and try this pizza; then just decide where it ranks in your top 5 all-time. Guaranteed you’ll enjoy it and see it’s one of the most underrated pizzerias in NYC.
lnorinsky6/26/20, 8:07 p.m.
This hole in the wall pizza joint in Brooklyn cranks out many different pizza slices with many innovating toppings. I had the regular and the burrata slice and one was better then the other. The regular margarita slice which was thin and made with quality ingredients a beautiful char and a crispness made to perfection. It was topped with some parmigiano cheese and garnished with fresh basil. The Burrata slice was the same margarita slice with a couple of scoops of Burrata cheese on top. Both slices were tasty and I could of eaten several more because they were so light. The Margarita slice rates a 8.4 and the Burrata slice a 9.0. Overall an 8.7 to this gem of a pizza place.
john.nicolosi3/1/20, 7:05 a.m.
I knew I was gonna like this pizza from the second I saw it. Quality ingredients make it a really solid slice. The crust is thicker than I thought, but it’s fluffy and crisp at the same time. Also has nice char which I love. They finish off the regular slice with some fresh basil, parmigiano cheese, and olive oil. Tried a couple of their specialty slices as well which were just as delicious, if not more. Overall great spot. I’ll be back.