Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is delivering pies from Brooklyn, or order frozen pizzas from Naples, Italy.


By Florence Fabricant

It took a virus. For the first time in its more than 100-year history, the original Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is delivering its coal-oven pizzas with online ordering available. Pizzas can be also be picked up at the restaurant. Traditional, white and pesto pizzas are on the menu along with calzones, some antipasti like Caesar salad and desserts. But assuming Dumbo isn’t so convenient for those living in St. Louis, say, or Miami, or even the Bronx, how about Naples, Italy, for pizza, without getting on a plane? Excellent flash-frozen pizzas shipped directly from Naples, which were first sold in New York a year ago, are now available for delivery nationwide. The 11-inch pizzas, from Talia di Napoli, come with assorted toppings, and also plain or just cheese for your own creations. Eight to 10 minutes in the oven is all it takes to go from freezer to table.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, pizzas and calzones, $20 to $24 plus other dishes, 1 Front Street (Dock Street), Dumbo, Brooklyn, 718-858-4300, grimaldispizzeria.com; Talia di Napoli pizza, $12.99 to $14.99, $89.99 for seven, all including shipping, taliadinapoli.com.

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