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For more than four decades, pizza master Domenico De Marco has been making Neapolitan pies at his renowned shop on a nondescript corner in Brooklyn, amassing generations of fans along the way. Basil grows in the window and flour dusts nearly every surface, making this an old-school gem—where Domenico still shows up each day—worth visiting. People line up for the slices, squares and full pies. No wonder an impatient man once paid $60 for two slices.