At The Meatball Shop, It All Starts With Naked Balls

The Meatball Shop Customizable Menu

We’ve been through the burger, food truck and FroYo craze — is it time for meatball madness? I would fully support more meatball-centric meals. Especially when it involves making your own masterpiece from meat choice to sauce selection. At The Meatball Shop, this is exactly what you can hope for when you sit down to supper. A casual arrangement of communal seating is set with laminated menus and dry erase markers for each diner to peruse and build their meal to taste.

I opted for a white bread hero, sandwiching spicy pork meatballs, pesto sauce and creamy mozzarella. Any of these flavors and textures on their own would be well-received, but when you combine the  fresh crusty bread with a perfectly seasoned tender meatball slathered in the bright herby pesto and creamy mozzarella, you’ve got yourself a handheld creation that you will crave again for days after. For smaller appetites build your flavors on a 1-ball “slider” or a 2-ball “smash”, but don’t forget to add the family jewels — a fried egg for an extra dollar and unparalleled meatball goodness.

My Hero

Maps: 
84 Stanton
170 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
Reservations: Not Taken
Phone: {212} 982-8895 

More Meaty Meals:
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Al & Ry’s Revolutionary {Meat} Pies
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Del Posto Presents Murray’s Cheese & Salumi Wine Party @NYCWFF

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6 Comments

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6 responses to “At The Meatball Shop, It All Starts With Naked Balls

  1. Ken

    Sign me up. Another spot to go to in NY

  2. Peter

    Yes! I went a couple weeks ago to the Williamsburg location, and it was very busy (and delicious). We ended up eating at the bar, which was perfect for interacting with neighbors and asking the bartender what to order.

  3. That sandwich looks deee-lightful! I think I might need to book an NYC 8ate@eight food tour!

  4. Alison

    i want that now.

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