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If you’ve never heard of Roberta’s pizza – shame on you. But it’s okay if you didn’t know about their holiday market set-up in the pizzeria’s backyard.
Max Goransson is the lead singer and guitarist in Quiet Loudly and the bassist in Clouder -- two Brooklyn-based projects well known by BTR. Neither band is particularly active at the moment, as Max is currently living in Boston, but he was in town for a few days and stopped in to listen to and talk about some music with us.
Pumpkin Spice Pizza is now a thing. I think I'll pass.
Damn. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte eats A LOT OF FOOD.
You, too, can be one of us! It’s not that hard! And it tastes damn good.
After a lesson in pizza making and sampling her creation at Babbalucci, Chelsea checks out the bar for a taste of the “Beetlini Cocktail.” Earlicia, Babbalucci’s mixologist, explains the drink’s ingredients while putting them all together in the signature cocktail. Music featured in this episode: "Your Life In The End" by Prince Rama // "Concorde" by Incan Abraham Check out Babbalucci on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
BTRtv’s Chelsea White visits Babbalucci, in Harlem, where she gets a lesson in making pizza from chef and owner Andrew Lopresto. While learning to make the restaurant’s signature pie, Chelsea gets a surprise and finds out the meaning of the word “babbalucci.” Music featured in this episode: "Jaded" by GRMLN // "Chief" by Lettuce // "Ended Up Making Love" by MiWi La Lupa Check out Babbalucci on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Grill everything in sight.
All of a sudden, nothing sounds good. Something is up!
It seems like there's a highfaluting artisan pizza place on every corner in Brooklyn, and Speedy Romeo, in Bed Stuy, is no exception.
Saraghina, in Bed Stuy, has some of the best provisions in the borough!
It's hard to motivate yourself to leave the house when it's freezing out, but how much delivery is too much delivery? Dish and Drink's Rebecca Chodorkoff weighs in.
To share, or not to share? That is always the question, and we may or may not have the answer, you'll just have to read on and find out...