Beloved pizza joint Fornino opened on Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 6 ahead of schedule over the long weekend, so you can now head there seven days a week for your pizza and skyline fix.

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But that's not all Chef Ayoub is offering at the location—he'll be serving up pies (a limited menu of six, listed below), salads, sandwiches, soft serve, and there's a full bar on the roof open until midnight. We're told "food works on a ticketing system similar to the Standard beer garden and tickets are $3/each. A 4 ticket pie is $12, beer/wine are 2 tickets/$6, Prosecco is 3 tickets/$9 and cocktails are 4 tickets/$12." Which seems unnecessarily confusing! So, when looking at the menu, keep in mind those are ticket numbers, not prices. UPDATE: The day after this was published Fornino abandoned their ticket system—hurrah!

Genovese - mozzarella, ricotta, pesto, cherry tomatoes, parmigiano, 4
Funghi Misti - mozzarella, mixed wild mushrooms, cacio avalio, white truffle oil, 5,
Al Roker - tomato, mozzarella, fontina, roasted peppers, caramelized onions, sopressata picante, rosemary, 5
Marinara - tomato, garlic, oregano, olive oil, 2
Margherita Classica - tomato, mozzarella, basil, olive oil, parmigiano, 3
Calabrese - tomato, mozzarella, sopressata picante, parmigiano, 4

Note: We're told pies are on the smaller side, "about the size of a standard dinner plate."

Fornino's Ceasar - parmigiano, creamy parmigiano dressing, 2
Wild Arugula - Gorganzola Dolce, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Lemon, 2
Baby Lettuce - Aged Balsamic Vinaigrette, Shaved Parmigiano, 2

The full bar includes Peroni and a rotating selection of Brooklyn Brewery beers on tap, as well as the cocktails and wine.