Image courtesy of Isa.

Here’s some good news for local pizza lovers: According to Eater, Bushwick staple Roberta’s will be taking over the kitchen at Williamsburg Mediterranean restaurant Isa all this week. Owner Taavo Somer is looking forward to the shake up, urging “all of [their] neighbors, friends and guests to join [them] for pizza, ” so from this Monday, March 14th, through Sunday the 20th, you can get Roberta’s famous wood-fired pizzas every day from 5pm-11pm at 348 Wythe Ave. The offerings feature personal 8-inch versions of Roberta’s classics like the “Bee Sting” and the “Cheesus Christ.”

This is not the first time the Roberta’s crew has guest-starred in a different kitchen. They took over Humbolt & Jackson for 10 days last November and Threes Brewing on two separate occasions. The Roberta’s crew even went on tour  to Austin, Texas for a “New Brooklyn Pizza Pop-Up” at Bufalina earlier this year.

Go check out this latest collaboration and get yourself a mini-pizza! The full menu is online here.

Isa is located at 348 Wythe Avenue at S 2nd Street off the Bedford Ave stop on the L train or the Marcy Ave stop on the J, M and Z trains. Roberta’s pies will be available from 5pm-11pm daily from Monday, March 14th to Sunday, March 20th. Tel: 347-689-3594.