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Luna Rossa

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If you love authentic Neapolitan brick oven pizza, along with fresh breads, pastas, and salads, Luna Rossa in Carroll Gardens is the place to be. Luna Rossa even imports its flour from Naples, Italy.

Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy their cozy atmosphere, serene, beautiful garden, and night-time romantic ambiance. If you are looking to try something a little out of the ordinary, Luna Rossa’s “Biancaneve” is just for you. The Biancaneve (Italian for Snow White) is covered in mozzarella, cream, ham, and baby corn, and is guaranteed to wow your taste-buds. Or if your taste runs toward something more traditional, the restaurant also offers hot, fresh bread and bruschetta, homemade pasta, and daily seafood specials.

Luna Rossa, 552 Court St., between Garnet and West Ninth streets, is open Tuesday through Thursday, 11 am to 10:30 pm, Friday and Saturday, to 11 pm, Sunday to 10 pm. Call (718) 875-1384 or email Lunarossa@gmail.com. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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