Urban Street Pizza
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Urban Street Pizza Brookfield

Fresh has a new address and it lives on Urban Street!  Town Appeal is excited to welcome Urban Street Pizza to Brookfield. Owner Matt Criscuolo is planning a 10/8 soft open of his newest restaurant, adjoining Peachwave, at 807 Federal Rd. The Grand Opening will be announced soon!

Matt has been in the restaurant business for 25 years and has founded four other successful restaurants.  While he has sold three, Matt still owns his original restaurant, Wilton Pizza and Pasta Jazzeria in Wilton, CT.

Matt was looking for a location for his new restaurant and many of his Facebook followers suggested Brookfield.  As luck would have it, his friend, Scott Clifford, owner of Peachwave, was looking for a tenant; and a match was made in heaven!

Matt invented his own unique dough recipe which is fermented for three days to extract flavor and aroma. He calls his pizza “Neo Neapolitan”– a combination of Neapolitan and New York pizza.  It produces a dough which is both chewy and crisp and makes it ideal for delivery and takeout. The pizzas are cooked in a wood-burning oven imported from Italy and are made with fresh mozzarella cheese and imported flour and tomatoes.

Urban Street Pizza offers pizza with street food inspirations from Korea, Thailand, Spain, Italy, Mexico, and, of course, the USA.  Urban Street Pizza’s motto is “Making something different by breaking some rules, flipping the script and the dough every day!”  The menu includes unique pizzas like Korean Beef, Walking Taco, NYC Dirty Dog, and Cup and Char Roni and Cheese (Italian tomato sauce, famous cupped pepperoni, mozzarella, and parmesan, in case you’re wondering).  There is even the Elote Pizza made with mozzarella, goat and crema cheese, charred corn, onions, flaming hot Cheetos, and cilantro – now that’s breaking some rules!  Urban Street Pizza also offers street food inspired strombolis, meatballs, salads, and breadsticks.  Beer and wine are served as well.

The interior of Urban Street Pizza, designed by Kristina Criscuolo, is street inspired with graffiti artwork, street and traffic signs, and seats up to 26 people.  The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily from 11am -10pm.  Catering and delivery are available!

Website:  http://urbanstreetpizza.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UrbanStreetPizza/