Margot's Pizza Round Two

As I had to take my order to go last time I went to Margot’s Pizza, I felt it was about time I tried their pies fresh out of the oven. So when our friend Foodie Buddha was in town from Atlanta and wanted to check them out, our friend Kate grabbed us tickets and we all headed out to Brooklyn…

We started simply with their classic Sgt. Pepperoni…

Went for The Hot Supreme next…

With homemade sausage, pickled jalapeños and shaved red onion…

We ended with the Collaboroni, a mash-up pizza created with EMILY, the restaurant where the Margot’s pop-up is hosted…

This pie is an ode to Connecticut pizzeria Colony Grill, topped with pepperoni, pickled jalapeños and “post-oven” honey!

Emily also kindly gave us extra pickled peppers, Mike’s Hot Honey and a house made Szechuan oil…

We also got to try Provel, a cheese produced and used in St. Louis, made of cheddar, Swiss and provolone. A Brooklyn local pizzeria imports it for use on their inspired pies and gave us a taste…

And this time, it was our turn to take a picture in front of the pizza oven for our friend Zaiyu…

Thanks you so much for your hospitality and amazing pizzas, Adam, Emily and Matt!

Details on Margot’s Pizza pop-ups, their dates, location, menu and ticketing can be found at http://margotspizza.com/

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