Brunch at Barboncino in Brooklyn meant a margherita, simple and pleasant enough, and an arugula and prosciutto, fresher and heartier, in a bi-level dining room decorated with reclaimed or salvaged materials. It's a lovely space, and a fine addition to the neighborhood.
A few months ago, we were researching a dinner for Serious Eats. The table next to us started asking about our camera, then casually mentioned that they'd just opened a pizza place nearby. In retrospect, they were far too modest. We wish them much success in this not-so-new-now, awfully popular endeavor.