This is the best pizza (NY style) I’ve ever eaten to date. I’m still venturing about but nothing has come close, and I’ve been up and down and around New York. The only hitch is Di Fara’s pizza is a little bit pricy, but it’s worth a trip to south Brooklyn. Many people favor the square cut, which is crunchy and tasty. For me it’s a traditional slice. Either way you can’t go wrong.
I ordered some pizza and pasta to go, and I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly it arrived. The service was great, and I'm thankful because I just had to wait a short time for my order. It was all worth it because the pizza and pasta were delicious, and my mother enjoyed them as well. Thank you, gentlemen! Keep up the good work!
Delicious pizza ever! My family and I went to this restaurant last Thursday, and eventually, we greatly enjoyed it. The crust, sauces, and methods of cooking the pizza were quite impressive and nice. Besides, the waiter that served our order greeted us full of confidence and very accommodating. With the wonderful service we received, we will come back. See you!
One of my favorite spots in San Francisco. It was one of the first restaurants that my fiancé and went to and the place where we got engaged. The whole staff went the extra mile to make everything special for us. This is our go-to spot for a wonderful dinner, social occasions, and our special moments.
Burnt crust, dripping with oil, soggy, tasteless tomato sauce, skimpy on the toppings, overpriced, and over an hour wait. I'd avoid it but try it for yourself and be disappointed. There are better and more affordable pies in BK.