San Remo Pizza

(718) 282-4915

1408 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn, NY | Directions   11226

40.640823 -73.964939

Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Saturday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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Neighborhoods: Flatbush - Ditmas Park


Reviews for San Remo Pizza


This New York slice joint is right out a textbook, but that's not to say that it's not outstanding. A lot neighborhoods in New York would be lucky to be served by such a first-rate pizzeria -- one, it should be noted, that also supplies first-class meatball sandwiches, sausage rolls, and garlic knots. The slice has a nice, acidic red sauce and a restrained hand with the mozzarella. The delivery is quick and the oven runs hot. What else can you ask of a neighborhood pizza joint?

over a year ago

Who Knew?!? San Remo Pizzeria – In Italy, practically every pizzeria has a sit down restaurant in the back room. They all serve pasta and they almost all are great places for dinner. The food is carefully cooked, the portions large and the prices much lower than the Restorante’s or the Trattoria’s.

San Remo has been a fixture on Cortelyou road for decades and they always made good pizza, but no one would take a date or a spouse there. It was certainly not a place for making a good first impression or quiet conversation with the kids screaming for their slices and sodas.

But things have changed!!!

Cortelyou is now a hot spot with several good restaurants and this marvelous evolution has now spread to San Remo. San Remo has opened up its mysterious back room and is serving beer and wine. While the restaurant room is not elegant, it is clean and homey.

The first three rules about restaurants are The FOOD, The VALUE and The PORTIONS and San Remo wins on all three.

Real standouts are Caveletti with sausage, broccoli rabe, white beans and garlic and the Lassagna, real plate fillers and done with care. The service is friendly and prompt. There are many wines under $30 and a dinner for two, appetizer, pasta, dessert and tip is easily under $40.

over a year ago

More than Pizza – not only is their pizza good, you should order then pasta and side dishes

They make great steamed Broccoli Rabe w/ garlic, just like my grandfather made.

over a year ago

great service and food! – I use San Remo's all the time for delivery, as well as eat-in on my way home from work. Though the wait is sometimes in the 45 mins to an hr zone, they are always prompt within the paramaters they give me for delivery, and the food is ALWAYS worth the wait. The gentlemen who work there are always friendly and some are pretty cute, too! While all this is great, they do close a bit early (10) most nights, which is especially hard on those weekends!

over a year ago

i concur with other reviewers – tucked away on cortelyou off of c.i.a. this dank little pizzeria flexes its culinary accumen. i have thoroughly enjoyed each slice type that i've tried here. the plain pizza is fine, but their skill lies in some of their other offerings. the vegetable slice was heaped with fresh veggies, perfectly prepared...not too garlicky. the white pizza was also quite sturdy. squares come in sicilian and grandmas style...both delish.

over a year ago

Best Pizza in all of New York City! – Being that I grew up in the neighborhood, my whole childhood all i can remember is San Remo's always being there. And now that i live in Maryland, every time I drive up to New York, this place is the first stop I make to get something to eat. The sauce is the best! I recommend trying a cheese slice, a mozzarella and tomato slice, and for the pasta lovers, try the penne a la vodka! Those are top on my list. Yummy! The guys that work there are great too! Very friendly and personable.

over a year ago

amazing food! – The best sicilian i've had in the entire city! It had some of the best sauce on earth, along w/ pretty good cheese....bon appetite!


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