16 Slices - Coal Oven Margherita Pizza

Table 87

Coal Oven Margherita Pizza Slice

Table 87’s Coal Oven Margherita Pizza Slice feature a crispy crust that’s slightly charred, a tangy tomato sauce, house-made mozzarella, sprinkled grana cheese and topped with fresh basil. As one of the only pizza joints in Brooklyn serving coal fired pizza by the slice, Table 87’s charred slices are some of the best in the city.

Our Coal Oven Margherita Pizza Slice serves 1 person.  

You can choose the quantity you wish to receive (8 slices or 16 slices). 

Use and Care 

Slices are made-to-order and promptly frozen. Although each box is carefully packed with dry ice and picked up for immediate shipment, it is normal for the pizza and ice packs to partially or fully thaw during shipment. Upon receipt, please cook, or place in the freezer.

You can store them in the freezer for up to 9 months in their original packaging.

Detailed storage & heating instructions are included with each package. 

Shipping Policy 

We only ship on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. If an order is placed after 11am, it will ship the next available shipping day. 

If you need more information, please refer to our shipping policy.

 


Collections: Frozen Pizza, Home Page

Category: pizza

Type: Frozen Pizza

Customer Reviews

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Lisa Martinez
Best pizza ever

I live in Columbus and have yet to find good carry out pizza. This pizza is great. Granted it is pricey but it is so worth. I buy it at Whole Foods.

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Susan Hamilton
Best pizza,

My entire family adores this pizza (unfortunately that means I have to share) Out two year old grandson can’t wait to come to our house for PIZZA

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Betsy McCarthy

Best pizza in the world!

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Ron Watson
Best pizza ever

Authentic New York style pizza that cooks in 7 minutes?!?!?! You can't beat this pizza anywhere! Always good for a quick snack... problem is, you can't stop at just one slice

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Susan Harris
Awesome pizza but costs too much!

I love the pizza (reminds of some I had in Rome!) but at $9 a slice it’s a bit too pricey for me.