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Casa Calamari

Since opening its doors to Brooklyn in 1995, Casa Calamari has been known to “satisfy all its patrons,” manager John Lahara told GO Brooklyn. Owner Rocco Loccisano named three of his 16 specialty brick oven pizzas after his sons: the “Francesco” pie, for example, is topped with shrimp, sauteed arugula and crushed garlic. Or, choose any of 15 toppings to customize your own pie. Loccisano’s menu also features pasta dishes like “rigatoni filetto di pomodoro,” in which their rigatoni is topped with a fine tomato sauce made with prosciutto and onion. Then finish your meal with Rosie Varela’s homemade tiramisu. On Tuesdays, Casa Calamari has their “shrimp fest”: 30 shrimp — fried or scampi style — are prepared to order; served over pasta with soup or salad for only $15.95. If you prefer lobster, Wednesday is “Crazy Lobster Night,” when you can get a one and one-quarter-pound lobster prepared steamed, with marinara sauce or stuffed and baked, with soup or salad for $17.95. On weekdays, a lunch special is offered, with a choice of sandwich, soup and salad plus fountain soda for $6.50. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Where: 1801 Bath Ave. at 18th Avenue
Tel: (718) 234–7060
How much: Entrees: $8.50–$14.50.
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Updated Jan. 24, 2012
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