Now the second generation of the Crisci family is continuing the legacy of Crisci's Italian Restaurant, which served customers for 92 years in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York. We are now offering the homemade sauces that made our restaurant so popular.
Crisci's was a tradition in Williamsburg, continuing from 1902 until its closing in 1994. The food was known for its simplicity, which is the hallmark of authentic Italian cooking. Each dish was made to order and all ingredients were chosen specifically for the qualities and flavors they brought to the food. Customers dined in a friendly environment where service was highly personable and individualized. The restaurant was frequented by celebrities and politicians, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rocky Graziano, Joy Behar, Al Pacino, Senator Al D'Amato, and Mayor Ed Koch. In 1997, the film A Brooklyn State of Mind, starring Danny Aiello, Abe Vigoda, and Tony Danza was filmed on location.
Now the time has come for the tradition to continue and for the world beyond Brooklyn to enjoy Crisci's Italian sauces. Whether serving you directly in our restaurant or sending our foods to your home, we are committed to the same high standards.
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