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South Austin

9500 S IH 35
Austin, TX 78748

512-284-7780

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Brooklyn Pizzeria and Bar

2026 S. Lamar
Asustin, TX 78704

512-358-4663

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6th Street

601 W 6th
Austin, TX 78701

512-953-8145

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Tech Ridge

12601 Tech Ridge Blvd. Suite 300
Austin, TX 78753

512-382-6214

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San Marcos

126 S. Guadalupe St.
Austin, TX 78666

512-667-9513

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Round
Rock

2711 La Frontera Blvd. Ste. 330
Round Rock, TX 78681

512-255-1414

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Southside

6181 Sarataga Blvd. #107A
Corpus Christi, TX 78414

351-299-0318

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Padre Island

15326 S Padre Island
Corpus Christi, TX 78478

361-949-1100

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About Us

In the year 1905, Italian immigrant Gennaro Lombardi opened the first American pizzeria in New York City. Pizza at that time was only found in the Italian neighborhoods of America. At the end of WW II, thousands of American soldiers returning from Italy helped push the demand for more pizzerias into new districts and neighborhoods, where more of the general public learned to fall in love with the "pie."

One such soldier was a young man from Brooklyn by the name of David Ross who had a dream of being the first Jewish American to open a pizzeria. His family called him a "meshugine", which is Yiddish for "crazy person." But after baking a simple cheese and pepperoni pie from a recipe given to him from an Italian lady; perhaps his lover; while stationed in the boot, their skepticism rapidly faded. In fact, David's mother liked the combination of flavors so much, when asked how she liked it, she responded with "shut up and eat!"

Ever since the mid-1940s, this delicious family recipe has been enjoyed all over Brooklyn by Jew and Gentile alike, and it is our pleasure to bring this secret pizza tradition to Central and South Texas. Enjoy a slice or pick up a whole pie.