You won’t find Mulberry 1965 at the round-ups where you can normally catch the majority of the food trucks in South Florida. They instead have taken a different approach to their street food life and have a regular schedule throughout the week/weekend where you can find them for lunch, dinner and sometimes late night. You’re going to have to follow them on twitter for specifics on that.
The most interesting thing about Mulberry 1965 is that there’s a wood fired brick oven inside which was kicking when I arrived,
as was their generator which sounded like a 747 landing right next to my ear. The 747 generator has been retired so your ears are safe.
Mulberry 1965 uses only San Marzano Tomatoes, Caputo flour, Fresh Mozzarella made daily, and the finest ingredients in the market. There are 9 different pies to choose from, priced from $8 to $11. All of the pizzas are 12 inches and no slices can be purchased individually.
- Margherita $8 – San Marzano Tomatoes, Homemade Mozzarella, Organic Basil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Caprese $9 – Homemade Mozzarella, Grape Tomatoes, Organic Basil, Organic Baby Arugula, Shaved Parmigiano, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (no sauce)
- Miami Heat $10 – San Marzano Tomatoes, Homemade Mozzarella, Hot Calabrese Salami, Hot Peppers, Organic Basil, Chili Oil
- Ortolano $10 – Homemade Mozzarella, Wood Roasted Zucchini, Eggplant, Grape Tomatoes, Red Onions, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (no sauce)
- Quattro Formaggi $9 – Homemade Mozzarella, Organic Basil, Gorgonzola, Pecorino Romano, Ricotta, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (no sauce)
- Italian Sausage $10 – Fresh Mozzarella, Organic Basil, Mushrooms, Garlic, Organic Thyme, Red Onions, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (no sauce)
- Buddy’s $9 – San Marzano Tomatoes, Homemade Mozzarella, Organic Basil, Organic Baby Arugula, Shaved Grana Padano, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (no sauce)
- “Mangia Mangia” $11 – San Marzano Tomatoes, Homemade Mozzarella, Organic Basil, Sausage, Italian Ham, Pepperoni
- Izabella $11 – San Marzano Tomatoes, Homemade Mozzarella, Organic Basil, Artichokes, Mushrooms, Kalamata Olives, Italian Ham
If you’re looking to modify yours, 14 different toppings are at your disposal, $1 per add on: Italian Sausage, Italian Ham, Calabrese Hot Salami, Pepperoni, Homemade Mozzarella, Riccota, Shaved Grana Padano, Gorgonzola, Wood Roasted Zucchini, Grape Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Organic Baby Arugula, Kalamata Olives and Wood Roasted Eggplant.
I’m don’t consider myself a Pizza expert but you don’t need to be one to realize this Margherita was excellent all the way down to its chewy crunchy crust.
The “Mangia Mangia” ‘s worst enemy was itself. It had too much going on for me. There are some folks who will call me crazy and love this pie. I’m OK with that but I’ll stick with less heavy toppings for this style of Pizza which I think suit it better.
I’m thinking the Miami Heat or Quattro Formaggi are next up for the trying. What’s your favorite? Let me know.