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kings highway brooklyn, ny pizza

by nyny15

Looking to take a trip back after 20 years. Here is what I'd like to go back too. Thanks in advance..

I really hope someone from Brooklyn, NY can help me. Try not to make this too long. 20 years ago I live in Brooklyn, NY but worked in Manhattan.
Hope I can remember all of this correctly. I remember that the last train I took was the D train from Manhattan to Brooklyn. I got off at the Kings Highway stop. When I would cross over the street after getting off the subway to catch a bus to go about another mile home, I would always grab a slice of pizza. This place was basically right there were I crossed the street. If I remember correctly, it was just on the other side of the road from the steps I came down from the subway.
If it helps, I also remember a Wendy's around there to , but this seems to come to mind as being like upstairs nearer to the subway train area?
Now, it may just be a young kid remembering the best slice of pizza ever because he was hungry, or just, but it was always great. I would just love to know the name of this place and if it is still there..?
Also, what part of Brooklyn is this area called or known as?
I lived off this pizza! Want to tell others about it if it's still there?
Drazy thing about this being such good pizza is that this area seemed to be a Jewish area? Or at least where I lived was?
Maybe it was further than I thought, as far as the bus ride home, once I got off the train, grabbed my pizza, then caught the bus.
At the corner where the bus left me off, down the road was where I lived. There was a grocery store on one corner and a Jewish House of worship on the other corner.
I would also love to remember the name of this road, and cannot.
I wish I could remember what direction I went on bus...
It was cool, I was young and rented a basement apartment for cheap in a cool brownstone from a Jewish family who sort of took me in..what times those were.
I must have gone either south or west on the highway on the bus.
Anyway, sorry this was so long and thanks for your time.
Great memories.

RE: kings highway brooklyn, ny pizza

by sonia44

I took a trip back to canarsie brooklyn ny , brooklyn does have the best pizza i left there 26 yrs ago . i visit every once in a while . in brooklyn i took many buses and trains. it was great. i have great memories of brooklyn . when i moved to long island i just didnt fit in and still dont, i feel brooklyn well always be with me . well i could go on and on but i wont it will be to long. i thank you about writing about my favorite place .did you go to school in brooklyn?

RE: kings highway brooklyn, ny pizza

by LizHirsch

If you got off the D train at Kings Highway you were at the corner of Kings Highway and McDonald Avenue. I lived a block away on Dahill Road.

Re: kings highway brooklyn, ny pizza

by MrMonkey

The only reason I can't help is because after 9/11 the D train changed its route. Now the Kings Highway stop on the D IS on McDonald but perhaps before it was on East 16th. I live in Coney Island so I cant really tell you off the top of my head if that exact pizza shop is still there, BUT I can tell you that if you go elsewhere for pizza you won't be dissapointed. My top picks for pizza is Delmars on Sheapshead Bay Road (Q train goes straight there). I myself however am biased to this because thats what I lived off of for a few years.

Travel Tips for Brooklyn

NOT confuse the Brooklyn...

by quan_zou

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The BBG offers a wide assortment of classes related to gardening, including a certificate in horticulture, gardening and landscaping workshops, health, herbs and cooking classes, crafts, trips, family programs, art classes and more.


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Horses are provided by the Kensington Stables located just accros the road from the park. Well, it is kind of difficult to find the place 'cause it's situated on a side street one block from the Coney Island park Circle.
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