It’s usually the other way around. You move from New York to Florida. Not in the case of Bash Pizza.
Located in Midwood, this unique pizza joint is direct from the minds that brought you Fuego, Foozo, and Dixie BBQ!
Brooklyn is home to New York’s artisan pizza scene, and Bash is offering kosher diners in entryway into a world beyond two slices and a fountain soda.
The ingredients at Bash are always top notch, and the staff have nothing but the highest standards of cleanliness. Bash is fast becoming a go-to destination for fast-casual kosher dairy in Brooklyn thanks to the aforementioned dedication to quality, and of course their speed. You won’t get stuck here waiting in line for too long, and your kids won’t be asking you repeatedly where the food is.
Onto the pizzas! You can always get a cheese pizza, which they call The Marghi but we recommend trying something a little different. The Pink Panther is a really fun pie. It uses pink sauce (think vodka sauce) in lieu of traditional marinara, and is topped with mushrooms, caramelized onions, cheese, and ziti pasta! If you like a little heat be sure to give the Cap-Say-A-Sin a taste. It’s a spicy pie topped with jalapeno, onion, Peppadew peppers, and chili oil. This one uses regular old tomato sauce.
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If you’re bored of pizza they have plenty of sandwiches, pastas, and salads. The Mykonos, like the name suggests, infuses greek flavors into pasta with the additions of artichokes, black olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and garlic confit. In honor of their Brooklyn locale, Bash has a sandwich called The Hipster which lives up to the moniker. Filled with avocado, sprouts, cheese, and green goddess dressing this is a sandwich built for Brooklyn. In terms of salads, the winner for us was The Green Machine. A healthy mix of greens, kale, roasted beets, green apple, cheese, and nuts, this salad packs a protein punch to go along with its nutritious greens.
Food aside, the Bash Pizza staff has dedicated themselves to special needs causes, specifically The Special Children’s Center, an organization that helps special children and their families. It’s nice to see a restaurant that is able to go beyond the business side and incorporate tzedakah into their model. Not every place can afford to do this but when they can it’s amazing.
For all your pizza needs, check out Midwood’s Bash Pizza.