Here's how it works - First, you have to...you guessed it call us at 212.327.2702. Order your full or half palam and pay by credit card. We will deliver to our meeting point at the entrance of Central Park on east 79th street and 5th Avenue (specify if north or south side of 79st). From the time the pizza comes out of the oven to your hands it takes nothing but 3 minutes. For large orders we can arrange to meet you wherever you are having your party.
CURIOUS TO KNOW HOW DOES IT WORK? JUST WATCH THE PALAM AT THE PARK VIDEO HERE!Read More
After some days of sampling pizza at the Farinella UES location we decided it was time to throw an official opening party. Naturally, we threw a party downtown. Why? Give the people what they want with their pizza!! The result just grew organically out of that thought. So, we rented the Chinatown Arcade and had DJ ADD/A-Ron and Neal Santos DJ for us. Needless to say they killed it and our very own Polo even got on the mic and showed the crowd how it's done in Neapolitan! Our full Palam's kept coming in from Farinella Tribeca just a couple of blocks away. Each pizza had 20 hands on it the moment the box was opened. The well fed masses danced and played arcade games into the night. Thanks to all the downtown and art-world legends like Henry Chalfant & Dante Ross, legends to be (we're looking at you Brandee Brown dance machine), and wannabe legends (you know who you are!!) who came out in support.
For a better understanding of what happened... check the video RIGHT HERE!
In the words of George Jefferson from the show The Jeffersons…”We’re moving on up, to the eastside, they’ll finally get a piece of the palam”…hhhhhhmmmmm we’ll work on our remix. In the meantime it brings us great joy to announce the opening of our second Farinella location on Lexington Avenue between 78th and 79th streets here in money making Manhattan. As work was being completed on the inside of the store our own Alberto Cretara and Italian aerosol artist REPS got busy on the construction shed outside of the space. We believe the pair rather enjoyed painting on the Upper Eastside…on a sunny, peaceful, Sunday afternoon.Read More
On September 9, 2010 we joined the legendary Harry Chalfant and about 500 B-Boys and B-girls, MCs, artists, and musicians, at Brooklyn Academy of Music’s ROSE cinema to help support a screening of Styles Wars. In 1983 director Harry Chalfant and producer Tony Silver made the watershed documentary Style Wars. STYLE WARS is regarded as the indispensable document of New York street-culture of the early 1980s; the filmic record of a golden age of youthful creativity that has inspired artists across the globe for over 2 decades.
We enjoyed watching Styles Wars in the company of such an eclectic crowd and loved seeing them chow down Farinella’s crispy, thin crust pizza.
We love weddings, we love artists and we love musicians…it turns out the love is mutual. This summer we were asked to feed the lovely, funky and very talented guests at the nuptials of the gorgeous violinist, singer/songwriter Tarrah Reynolds to Ethan White keyboardist of house music trio Tortured Soul. The lovely affair was held at the Akwaba Mansion in Stuyvesant Heights, Brooklyn. Family and friends of the couple dined on antipasti, crudités, our Mediterranean potato salad, pasta, and of course pizza. In addition to being treated to excellent eats, guests at the Reynolds-White wedding were treated by the couple to an exclusive CD featuring Tarrah’s Sun Song (produced by the duo) and Tortured Soul’s hit Fall in Love.
Congratulations Tarrah and Ethan.Read More