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speedy romeo


Wood fired grill and wood oven pizza, Brooklyn NY

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speedy romeo


Wood fired grill and wood oven pizza, Brooklyn NY

A Destination

Clinton Hill, Bed-Stuy. G- Train to Classon Ave. 

Situated in a 100 year old bar, turned liquor store, then auto parts shop, Speedy Romeo is cooking with fire. All our dishes are prepared in a hardwood fired Italian pizza oven, and on a wood grill from Mesquite, Texas. 

Named after the Feldman family's champion race horse, Speedy Romeo's portrait has a place of honor in the kitchen.

Italian influenced seasonal American cooking at its hottest and freshest. Greenmarket salads and appetizers, Fresh mozzarella pulled every morning, and Provel cheese "imported" from St Louis MO.

Turning out perfectly charred pizzas, as well mouthwatering steaks, chops, whole fish and burgers, there is something for all tastes. 

Speedy Romeo is a proud recipient of the Michelin Guide's Bib Gourmand in 2013, 2014, and 2015.

greenmarket fresh

Housemade mozzarella, and ricotta. Seasonal appetizers, and entrees.

grill specials

St Louis style ribs on Tuesday evenings, Oven roasted wings on Wednesdays.

brooklyn pizza

San Marzano tomatoes, housemade mozzarella on our Neapolitan style slow proof crust.

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The Kitchen


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The Kitchen


Justin Bazdarich

chef / owner

Chef Justin Bazdarich moved to New York City in 2001 to attend the French Culinary Institute, and after graduation he landed an internship at Jean Georges. In three years, he grew from intern to sous chef and then worked as opening chef de cuisine at Perry Street. Two years later, Bazdarich signed on as a chef trainer for Vongerichten’s Culinary Concepts, launching 15 restaurants around the world

 Chef Justin traveled in Italy to learn the traditions of Italian butchers, chefs, and pizzaiolos. 

 In 2013, Bazdarich was named a 2013 StarChefs.com New York Rising Star.