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Pizza mavens from all over make the pilgrimage to Roberta’s, a virtual temple to wood-fired thin-crust pizza. One of the first members of the new Bushwick cultural renaissance, now considered one of the neighborhood’s blockbuster businesses, Roberta’s whips up crispy Neapolitan pizzas, topped with veggies grown in the restaurant’s own roof garden, or locally sourced meats—all at reasonable prices.