When Lou Gaudiosi announced that his family's legendary pizzeria, Sal and Carmine, would begin delivering pies to the neighborhood, he broke one of his late grandfather's golden rules. He also took responsibility for keeping the business alive, carrying on his grandfather's craft by adapting to the realities of a New York slice business that isn't what it used to be.
Hailed as the “godfather of Brooklyn pizza,” for forty five years Domenico DeMarco, Italian émigré and father of seven, has been slinging pizzas in his legendary corner shop, Di Fara. Employing five of his children, Dom works tirelessly from morning until night hand crafting each and every pizza himself while his kids take orders and manage the mob of devoted pizza aficionados. The Best Thing I Ever Done is a portrait of DeMarco and his beloved pizzeria, an exploration of his rise to fame and an ode to pizzaioli who take their time to 'make it right.'