By COLlive reporter
Railroad Pizza of Crown Heights has opened its third location, now in the heart of the neighborhood to better serve its loyal customers.
The third branch of the popular pizza shop is located at the corner of Kingston Avenue and Empire Boulevard, the former site of the famed Kapota shop owned by Rabbi Yisroel Shemtov.
The opening is perfectly timed for the busy Tishrei month. The new shop will serve the same delectable street-style Neapolitan pizza and french fries.
Convenience and customer service are at the heart of this new venture.
As patrons step through the doors of the new shop, they will be greeted by a relaxed ambiance, carefully curated with vintage inspiration. The restaurant offers a chill atmosphere that adds to the overall dining experience. It offers an outdoor dining experience as well.
Railroad Pizza owner Levi Aronov said his focus is on delivering exceptional taste and quality to every customer. Unlike the days of old, where reheated pizza and fries were plucked from behind glass displays, Railroad Pizza insists on making each order fresh and to perfection.
“Come taste the Adventure at Railroad Pizza, where the flavors are consistent and the train is on track!” Aronov said in a statement.
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587 Empire Blvd
CHK Kosher – Cholov Yisroel & Pas Yisroel