First founded in Brooklyn in 2008, Motorino Pizzeria Napoletana has added locations in places as far away as Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai. 

The Neopolitan brand recently added something closer to home: a mobile pizza outfit operating at Hamptons-based functions. Motorino Pizza Mobile has its own website, and, as reported by Newsday, pricing for a private party starts at $3,500. 

“We deploy our seasoned crew of pizza makers with a custom wood-fired pizza trailer and set up a full pizza station onsite, complete with registration, tent, and lights,” the company wrote on its mobile pizza business’s website. “It’s as close as it gets to having a pizzeria in your backyard.” 

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The company puts an emphasis on the experience guests will enjoy in watching Motorino’s team members “stretch dough and prepare pies in front of the fire.” The menu, it adds, includes many of the pies Motorino has come to be known for, including its classic Margherita, and its Soppressata Piccante. The mobile menu will also feature some Hamptons-centric cuisine, like “freshly shucked bay clams, summer heirloom tomatoes, and local sweet corn.” Adding to the experience will be an artisanal gelato cart.

Motorino was founded in 2008 by Mathieu Palombino, a Belgian chef who was classically trained in fine dining. He ultimately decided to go into pizza, and the results have been overwhelmingly positive: Motorino now has three locations in New York City, with an additional 12 international locations that were formed via licensing agreements. 

The first licensing agreement, according to the pizzeria’s website, was an agreement between Palombino and “a young restaurateur in Hong Kong.” The restaurateur was asking Palombino to consider bringing Motorino to Hong Kong. “Our answer was, ‘if you are willing to do whatever it takes to recreate Motorino and its product exactly as it is in New York, we can do it,’” Motorino wrote on its website

“His first location opened in 2013, followed by a second a year later,” Motorino wrote. “Both are going strong today. The successes of the restaurants in Hong Kong have brought other restaurateurs to us.”

It appears the mobile pizza business, then, is yet another unique way Palombino is selling more of his pizza.