Mama’s Too Pizzeria at 2750 Broadway between 105th and 106th Street has gotten high praise for its pizza, which is considered by some to be one of the best slices in the city. Now the restaurant is adding a new item, and it’s being met with the same kind of accolades.
Mama’s Too is debuting $9 meatball parm sandwiches whose arrival Gothamist treated like the birth of a new Dalai Lama, calling it “a meatball parm for the ages.”
The details include “a proprietary beef blend from the Romeo Brothers out of Bensonhurst for the balls”, a sauce that includes “San Marzano-style tomatoes, with rosemary and carrot added as it slowly bakes down” a “slightly-charred mozzarella” and “a focaccia that’s a version of his legendary pizza crust (among other things, it has a slightly higher hydration rate), the dough seasoned with garlic olive oil, parmesan, pecorino, and mozzarella before being placed in the hearth oven.”
The sandwich debuts on Wednesday at noon and will be available until it sels out. They may also roll out other sandwiches, including a Roast Pork with Rabe, a Chicken Parm, and a Jamon Iberico, according to Gothamist.