Since 2008, Pizza Moto has made its name in the 5 boroughs for serving bubbly char-kissed Neaopolitan style pizza from our hand-made mobile ovens. We are a collection of scrappy cooks, designers, artists, and tinkerers, inspired by all parts of the baking and making process. We are constantly striving to understand our tools, the cooking traditions they define, and the cuisine they produce. Over the years we have designed and built 4 mobile ovens. When it came time to put down roots in a brick and mortar store front, we found and restored a turn of the century oven we found hidden in an abandoned storefront in South Brooklyn – we built a restaurant around this piece of New York history which is open now!

Our new restaurant, Pizza Moto @ John Grace Bakery, on the border between Red Hook and Carroll Gardens is OPEN NOW!
    Serving Dinner starting at 5:30pm, Tuesday through Sunday.


  • Pizza Moto @ John Grace Bakery

    John Grace Bakery is named for the Irish immigrant who built the 100 year old baker’s oven that was hidden in this store front for decades. This historic oven is the centerpiece of our first permanent home.

    Open Now! Serving Dinner starting at 5:30pm, Tuesday through Sunday.

    338 Hamilton Ave., Brooklyn


    Tuesday – Sunday

    5:30pm – Close

    Dine in & take out

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Cool Hunting spent a few days with Dave and his former welding instructor Ryan O'Connor. It resulted in this video where you can watch them grind, bend, cut and weld a monster steel oven from scratch.

Learn more about our process and all our latest projects on our blog!

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