Brooklyn style crust

Brooklyn style crust

Brooklyn style pizza

Gina's Pizza has, in recent years, become a byword for Brooklyn style pizza. Entertainment Weekly, The New York Observer, and the NY Daily News have all featured pieces on the pies and the people who put them together: the dough, the cheese, and so on.


If you’re wondering the difference between Domino’s hand-tossed pizza and the Brooklyn-inspired option, you’re in the right place. In a nutshell, both are handmade, and their dough are first kneaded and then stretched or tossed before they are baked.

The company is basically exporting New York’s pizza to other parts of America. Thanks to its thin and wide slices, the Brooklyn-inspired pizza feels New York-ey because you can actually fold it while eating – just like a real New Yorker! Also, the Domino’s pizza outlet introduced the Brooklyn-style to give customers the authenticity and experience New Yorkers usually get.

The process of its baking feels so authentic. Best of all, Domino’s Brooklyn-style pizza is distinctive because of the pepperoni. On the other hand, the hand tossed pizza has lots of cheese on it compared to the Brooklyn pizza.

Well, it depends on you. Do you love more cheese or more pepperoni? If it’s the latter, then the Brooklyn-style pizza is perfect for you. But if you prefer cheese, then the hand tossed is what you should order.

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