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Discussion in 'Nashville' started by CRUDS, Jul 23, 2015.
Yes, I've been three times and it was great each time.
It is new owners..
I'll have to give it another shot now that there are new owners. Someone gave us a gift card for Brother's Pizza and about 2 weeks later noticed it was Brooklyn Brothers. Didn't think anything of it until we went in and they wouldn't accept the card so we left.
So went to Brooklyn Brothers last night. Did not disappoint. Easily the best pizza in Williamson county that I've had. I like Sal's, but Brooklyn's crust blows it away. Haven't had Joey's in some time, although will in May...they will be catering my daughter's rehersal dinner. Her fiance, (who you may know Cruds) is a pizza fanatic. This was right up there with NY Pie. Cannot express how good the crust is. Next time I might just do old school plain cheese. The pepperoni was a little salty. Overall, really good pie.
It's been a while since I've been to Joey's but I might remember her if I saw her.
Glad BB worked out..
Now I'm hungry pizza!
Remember her? My daughter doesn't work for them but her fiance is a pizza snob so to speak. He's the one you might know. He's a musician and drummer in Cheap Time/Hans Condor/The Things and also a Ramones cover band.
I ate at Sauce once but didn't have the pizza. Honestly there are so many damn places to eat in the Boro now that it's sad.
It's like mexican restaurants or even chinese places... cuisine is real easy to make in large quantities and for cheap.
BUT... weeding out the actual good ones is the trick.
Sorry - I read that as did I remember the daughter of the folks at Joeys..
I know of a couple Ramones bands in Nashville - including one I break out every few years called The Coffin Berries. Is his band Warthog?
No. His band is the Remones.
Ok yeah, I've seen a bit about them.. Young whipper snappers with enough free time to play the road and be in seven bands..