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The Daily Meal

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“A new wood-fire pizza concept called Emily is now open in Clinton Hill in Brooklyn, according to a press release, serving artisan pizzas, fresh pastas, salads, and wood-fired entrees. Some pizza offerings include the Red Planet with a double helping of homemade sauce, mixed herbs, garlic, and basil; and The Colony with sweet-savory toppings of house-pulled mozzarella, pepperoni, pickled chilies, and honey…”

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Eater

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“Here’s a look around Emily, a new Clinton Hill Italian restaurant from husband and wife team Matthew and Emily Hyland. Matthew spent time in the kitchens of Public and The Breslin before learning about pizza-making at Pizzamoto and Sottocasa. His menu includes…”

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NY Times

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“The wood-fired oven here is mostly dedicated to pizzas, but the chef and co-owner Matthew Hyland also uses it for dishes like sausages with grits. His pizzas are both familiar and far-fetched…”

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Brownstoner

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“At Emily, slated to open tomorrow in Clinton Hill, the focus is on wood-fired cooking. The custom Pavesi copper-plated oven at 919 Fulton Street, above, will turn out artisan pizzas and wood-fired main courses…”

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Time Out – New York

TimeOutNYC

“Emily Matthew and Emily Hyland follows up their former Park Slope pizzeria, Brooklyn Central, with another rustic pie shop. From the chef’s table, watch Hyland dot his charred rounds with creative topping combinations, like pepperoni-and-pickled-chilies and roquette-and-fig-jam…”

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Brooklyn Magazine

BKMag

“If funding pizza artistry is wrong, we don’t wanna be right.

We’re living in an era of grassroots investment opportunities and the latest benefactors of that movement are Matt and Emily Hyland who successfully raised…”

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Zagat

ZagatNYC

“Matthew and Emily Hyland, a husband and wife team who ran an online campaign to raise funding for a pizza oven, are planning a January 22 debut for their first solo restaurant together, Emily. Matthew Hyland, who previously collaborated with Roberto Patriarca at Park Slope pizzeria Brooklyn Central…”

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