Chicago Deep Dish
Whole Wheat with Fresh Mozzarella Veggie Stuffed - Stuffed with broccoli, spinach, mushrooms, onions, peppers, eggplant, ricotta & mozzarella cheese.
My Cousin Vinnie's Mini Pie
Malawach Pie Slice Eggplant Stuffed Pie - Double crust (top & bottom) New York style pizza topped with sesame seeds.
Eggplant Parm Romano
Mac & Cheese
Bravo Pizza, the other side of the Bravo Kosher Downtown coin, is one of the only Chalav Yisrael spots in Manhattan's Financial District. With a "you name it, they've got it" attitude, you're sure to find anything to satiate any dairy craving. Bravo is always experimenting and expanding their menu, constantly adding new dishes to their repertoire. Ken Fellus, the owner, opened Bravo Kosher Downtown because of his indescribable love of food. The first thing you'll notice when you meet him is his passion for food, that's why he has a policy of keeping the ingredients, and the menu, fresh. At Bravo, it's all about the quality of the food.
Bravo was given its name because the food is so good, people cheer for it. One of the things people cheer for is the Veggie Stuffed Pizza Pie; a double crusted (top & bottom), New York style pizza stuffed with broccoli, spinach, mushrooms, onions, peppers, eggplant, ricotta, and mozzarella - topped with sesame seeds. The pride of Bravo is the beautiful, colorful, and always fresh sushi. The Manhattan Roll is a tuna-salmon roll topped with tuna and salmon. The Broadway Roll is a salmon-avocado roll topped with spicy tuna. In addition to sushi, there's also nigiri and sashimi and Bravo has a special lunch menu, for your convenience.
Not only does Bravo Pizza serve pasta, sandwiches, soups, and salads for lunch, it also has a breakfast menu. Opening at eight am, Monday through Thursday, Bravo is also a breakfast spot! From the fresh-baked, hand-rolled bagels, to the homemade muffins, croissants, and danishes; from the classic espresso bar to the "create your own" omelets, you can get anything your morning heart desires.
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Steps away from the Rector Station of the 1 and R trains, you can grab breakfast on your way to work, or relax in the Edgar Street Park (the triangle of Trinity Place and Greenwich Street) and enjoy your lunch el fresco. Bravo can host private events and/or deliver anywhere in New York City.
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