Eat and Drink Pepperoni pizza crust at Emmy Squared in NYC is everything By Georgia Kral email@example.com Updated August 3, 2016 3:57 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email At Emmy Squared in Williamsburg, something delicious is happening with pizza crust. Chef and co-owner Matt Hyland is serving a weekend special called PepperNoni and it's going to appeal to pepperoni lovers everywhere. The pan-baked Detroit-style pie features three kinds of peppers on top of tomato sauce and cheese, but the real showstopper is the crust. No one's favorite part of the pizza plays host to Hyland's latest great idea: pepperoni-studded crust. The pizza, dubbed the PepperNoni after Noni Val-Hackett, the general manager of Emmy Squared, is $21 and is served on Fridays and Saturdays only. And you can only get it at the Burger Bar, located beneath Emmy Squared, which serves his much-hyped burger as well as pizza specials. "We can have more fun down here," Hyland said. "A lot of the stuff we do is nostalgic, it's lowbrow." Lowbrow or not, who can argue with pepperoni crust? Now let's take a look at this pizza, shall we? The base Photo Credit: Georgia Kral Each PepperNoni pie at Emmy Squared begins this way -- with dough and lots of cheese inside a square pan. Saucy Photo Credit: Georgia Kral Tomato sauce comes next. This is a red pie, people. Three kinds of peppers Photo Credit: Georgia Kral Green bell peppers and banana peppers are sprinkled on first. Hatch chilis Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The New Mexico green pepper specialty is supplied to Emmy Squared by the Zia Green Chile Company (ziagreenchileco.com), which also has a stand at Smorgasburg. Pepperoni edges Photo Credit: Georgia Kral See the crumbled pepperoni? Cooked on a conveyor belt Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The pie is cooked in a convection oven and cycles through it on a conveyor belt. (Cool.) The oven is about 500 degrees and the pie takes 9 minutes to cook. Slice it up Photo Credit: Georgia Kral Each pie at Emmy Squared is sliced into six squares. The PepperNoni Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The crispy pepperoni edges beckon. A closer look Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The pepperoni gives this pie a delicious and satisfying crunch. By Georgia Kral firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic These are the most popular pizza toppings by boroughWhat does pizza say about a borough? Pizza cupcakes have us like woah Forget the pins: Chomp into a cupcake that's made of pizza. Pizza, resisting change and the mob: A Brooklyn storyNew Brooklyn and Old Brooklyn come together. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.