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Help PizzaMoto Settle in Red Hook with a Turn of the Century Oven

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We fell hard and fast for PizzaMoto's mobile wood-fired pies back in 2009. But mobile ovens can be as tricky to find as they are to operate and maintain, so we were pretty pumped to learn that the PizzaMoto team is getting ready to open their very first stationary pizzeria this fall. And they want your help raising the $50,000 they need to restore the turn of the century oven in their new Red Hook location. More

Where to Eat Pizza Outdoors in NYC

Slice Adam Kuban 6 comments

When it starts getting nice, pizza freaks want to get their pizza-freak on outdoors. Here are some spots to snag a slice under the sky. More

Video: 'Pedaling NYC, Pizza Fixation'

Slice Adam Kuban 2 comments

From Vimeo: The very first episode of our new series PEDALING: NYC follows our single-speed host, Chris Jaeckle, and his two fixie friends from Manhattan's Lower East Side into the heart of Brooklyn in search of a mobile pizza oven. Deciding to throw a curve ball at their pal Dave (PizzaMoto), they pick up some unusual pizza fixins at the foodie mecca, Whole Foods Market on Bowery. Watch how their challenge unfolds... [via Pamparius]... More

Goin' Mobile: In Which I Finally Get My Ass Out to Pizza Moto at the Brooklyn Flea

Slice Adam Kuban 13 comments

Clockwise from top left: Dave Sclarow builds the pies at a hectic pace before passing them to Pizza Moto's stickwoman. The menu lists Margherita and white pies, with the option to top either with pepperoni. My Margherita pie, fresh from the oven; I brought it into nearby Empire–Fulton Ferry Park to wolf it down at the tree-shaded picnic tables there. [Photographs: Adam Kuban] Pizza Moto Saturdays at the Fort Greene Flea (176 Lafayette Avenue; map); Sundays at the Brooklyn Bridge Flea (under the Brooklyn Bridge; Water and New Dock streets; map); 917-873-4175; pizzamotobklyn.com Pizza Style: Neapolitan Oven Type: Mobile... More

Sugar Rush: Wood-Fired S'mores from Pizza Moto at Brooklyn Flea

New York Erin Zimmer Post a comment

While it might seem sacrilegious to remove the stick part of the stick-pierced marshmallow step in roasting s'mores, it's allowed when you have a pizza peel baking stone (and a mobile wood-fired oven). Dave Sclarow of Pizza Moto added... More

New York Times Talks to Dave Sclarow of Pizza Moto

Slice Adam Kuban 2 comments

New York Times OK. At first, all the stuff I've seen and heard about this Pizza Moto mobile pizza trailer at the Brookyln Flea? It all made me think "amateur hour." I mean, you look at the photo of that oven, and it looks more like a low-slung little heap of bricks than a serious wood-fired pizza oven. But this nice profile in the New York Times today reveals that the owner, Dave Sclarow, has some serious pizza cred behind him: "Mr. Sclarow, 34, learned his pizza craft at Franny’s, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, and by backpacking through Italy."... More

Dear Slice: Lunetta Trailer-Mounted Brick Oven at Atlantic Antic

Slice Adam Kuban 1 comment

Clicking in to the Slice inbox today, we've got ... Brownstoner Dear Slice, Did any Slice readers get a photo of Lunetta's portable brick oven at the Atlantic Antic on Sunday? They built a brick oven on top of a small trailer and were baking small pizzas. The line was too long so I didn't get to try it, and when I came back to photograph it, they had packed up and left. Any info? --Andrew M. P.S. I though at first it was Lucali's, but I swear they had a Lunetta sign up.... More

Brooklyn Flea to Host Mobile Wood-Fired Pizza Oven

Slice Adam Kuban 4 comments

Brownstoner The Brooklyn Flea, the Sunday hipster flea market in Fort Greene, will be home to a new food vendor this weekend. The blog Brownstoner, whose proprietor helps run the market, reports that a chef named "Dave" has built a mobile wood-fired pizza oven and will debut it this weekend at one of the food stalls there. "Dave" built the brick oven on a small trailer not unlike the mobile pizza ovens I've seen online and IRL in other parts of the country. There's a fleet of them in the Pacific Northwest, an outfit upstate in Ithaca, and Ed... More

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