If you’re looking for pizza in the West Village, you have options. But a lot of those of options are busy, touristy, or exclusively for takeout. So consider Brunetti. It’s a neighborhood spot on Hudson Street where you can get a very solid Neapolitan pie, and it’s perfect for a casual weeknight dinner. There’s also a little back patio where you can hang out.
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