Not yet sure how I feel about yet another pizza joint, but only time will tell what Antika will bring. One thing's for sure, 30th Avenue's recent fire, which left Flo Cafe in shambles isn't stopping the rest of the neighborhood from developing. Not only do I hope that Flo recovers, but I can't wait to see what other developments come next to this vibrant Avenue. More to come on Antika as I find out. In the meantime, feel free to chime in with any updates you may have.
Antika Brick Oven Pizza & Pasta - 36-08 30th Avenue, Astoria NY 11103
N/Q Train to 30th Avenue
By the way the corner across the street,ReplyDelete
(old El Greco) has changed owners and now is called:Via Trenta Osteria and Wine Bar.
The pizza is cooked, in a wood-burning brick oven.
If it's the same place that's up in Washington Heights, it's a great place (though admittedly the choices in washington heights are slim). Great Brunch- the baked eggs are amazing.ReplyDelete
Over a year later and it's still not open. But it seems ready.ReplyDelete
I loved it, they will officially open tomorrow!ReplyDelete