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Apps Only: Toby's Public House Isn't Just About the Pizza

New York Ben Fishner 1 comment

I tend to explore restaurants that I've never been to in this column, or places I've only visited once or twice. It's not usually a forum for me to rave about my favorite after-work bar, partly because my favorite after-work bar doesn't usually serve great food. Not so with Toby's Public House. More

Daily Slice: Decent Wood-Fired Pies at Toby's Public House

Slice J. Kenji López-Alt 14 comments

The Manhattan branch of popular Sunset Park bar/pizzeria Toby's Public House finally opened a few weeks ago with a full menu of salads, antipasti, pizza, and desserts. The good news? Their oven is real wood-fired. To the best of my knowledge, it's the only wood-fired pizza oven in the vicinity of Little Italy, which gives it the potential of being the best pizza in Little Italy as well. More

Top This: Black Garlic and Pancetta Pizza (à la Toby's Public House)

Slice Erin Mosbaugh 7 comments

Chef Alvaro Medina of Toby's Public House in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn uses black garlic to top his smoked pancetta pizza, which also features crimini mushrooms, mozzarella, and Parmigiano. The taste combination is a knockout—the sweet, vinegary flavor of the garlic plays against the smoky, salty meat—it essentially blows your mind. More

Brooklyn: Toby's Public House (a Checkup)

Slice Adam Kuban 20 comments

Clockwise from top left: Toby's is usually packed, especially in summer, when this photo was taken. It still weirds me out when a Slice review gets posted at a pizza joint. The pancetta-mushroom–black garlic pie and a Margherita. [Photograph: Adam Kuban] Toby's Public House 686 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (at 21st Street; map); 718-788-1186; tobyspublichouse.com Oven Type: Wood-burning Pie Style: Neapolitan/New York–Neapolitan The Skinny: A relaxing, laid-back pub whose name belies the fact that there are some first-class pizzas coming out of the rustic wood-burning oven here. My God, man, get the black garlic pie! Previously: Toby's (6/30/2008)... More

More Breakfast Pizza in Brooklyn at Toby's Public House

New York Carey Jones 5 comments

[Photograph: Word in Mouth] Add this to our list of Brooklyn breakfast pizzas: the bacon, sausage, and egg pizza at Toby's Public House. Peter Cherches at Word in Mouth writes: "I wondered how the bacon and eggs would figure... More

Dessert Calzone at Toby's Public House

Slice Adam Kuban 7 comments

Photograph by Raphael In my Toby's dispatch earlier today, I didn't really go too in-depth with this thing, A.) because it's not pizza pizza, and B.) because it's dessert, but Toby's Public House has an interesting dessert calzone whose innards include ricotta and nutella. You'd think it'd be a bit weird, but it really does work. More on this at Serious Eats New York »... More

Sugar Rush: Nutella Ricotta Calzone at Toby's Public House

New York Erin Zimmer 14 comments

Calzone the way it always should have been: in dessert form! More

Toby's Public House, a Familiar Pizza in New, Laid-Back Surroundings

Slice Adam Kuban 8 comments

Toby's Public House 686 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (at 21st Street; map); 718-788-1186; kitchenbarny.com Oven Type: Wood-burning Pie Style: Neapolitan The Skinny: A relaxing, laid-back pub whose name belies the fact that there are some great little Neapolitan-style pizzas coming out of the rustic wood-burning oven here. Small, 12-inch, well-balanced pies are crisp at the edges but do exhibit some tip sag You could be excused for overlooking the great little pies being served at Toby's Public House. The exterior looks more like something I'd imagine you'd see in small-town England, and the name doesn't exactly scream pizza.... More

'New York' Magazine on 'New Brooklyn Pizza'

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Quick rundowns on South Brooklyn Pizza, Roberta's, and Toby's Public House.... More

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