Neapolitan pizza had humble beginnings, a common food for the poor people living around Naples Italy 300 years ago. Neapolitan pizza was sold in open-air stands in the crowded streets of Naples. The “Marinara” pizza that we serve at Brigade, is the exact same as was waiting for the fishermen returning from fishing in the Bay of Naples hundreds of years ago, tomato, oregano, garlic and extra virgin oil. The other traditional pizza you can eat at Brigade is the “Margherita”, created for Margherita of Savoy, a pizza evoking the colors of the Italian flag. Green basil leaves, white fresh mozzarella, and red tomatoes.