Domino’s Brooklyn Style Pizza is a figment of some marketing man’s imagination and some trademark lawyer’s opinion. Didn’t Pizza Hut get a trademark for their "New Yorker" pizza?
I tried one on October 29th, the day a color advertising insert appeared in a New York newspaper. Some dirt on this product: what they are advertising as a "large" size is actually made from the same size piece of dough as Domino’s Classic Hand Tossed pizza, only stretched thinner. That is the reason for only 6 slices in the pie shown on page one of this thread. They want an extra $2 for an "extra large". I have not purchased one yet to determine its diameter.
To anyone around the country (especially transplanted New York City area natives) you are going to be sorely disappointed if you think you are going to get the same pizza you remember eating within 50 miles of Times Square.
I personally think this whole thing is consumer fraud, but Domino’s hasn’t said or done anything to get a Attorney General to go after them. Again, it is a case of caveat emptor.