Tutta Bella Stone Way

★★★☆☆
  • 4411 Stone Way N

    Seattle, WA 98103

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  • 206-633-3800

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This one is a personal choice. I personally love the pizza here while many of my friends hate it. Our waitress was great and offered suggestions for which pizza to try. My favorite is the Tutta Bella pizza. This is a great place to bring the family.

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★★★★★

This one is a personal choice. I personally love the pizza here while many of my friends hate it. Our waitress was great and offered suggestions for which pizza to try. My favorite is the Tutta Bella pizza. This is a great place to bring the family.

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I've been to Tutta Bella about a dozen times, and each time it is consistently delicous. The owner is super cool and really involved in the community- he even met with Obama on behalf of small businesses. Not only do they have such a great business model, but their restaurants are great. I've been to the Westlake. Wallingford and Columbia City locations, and I have to say Columbia City is my favorite (I think it's the origional). Last time, we had this AMAZING new pizza they were trying out- it had pancetta, wild mushrooms and cheese. Add some red pepper flakes and we were in heaven! Keep that on the menu!

I've compared Tutta Bella to many other pizza places and it is certainly among the best. Service is great whether you have a large group or on a date. Would absolutely recommend it to those who enjoy their style of pizza. Don't foget the gelato- its amazing!!!

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★★★★★

I've been to Tutta Bella about a dozen times, and each time it is consistently delicous. The owner is super cool and really involved in the community- he even met with Obama on behalf of small businesses. Not only do they have such a great business model, but their restaurants are great. I've been to the Westlake. Wallingford and Columbia City locations, and I have to say Columbia City is my favorite (I think it's the origional). Last time, we had this AMAZING new pizza they were trying out- it had pancetta, wild mushrooms and cheese. Add some red pepper flakes and we were in heaven! Keep that on the menu!

I've compared Tutta Bella to many other pizza places and it is certainly among the best. Service is great whether you have a large group or on a date. Would absolutely recommend it to those who enjoy their style of pizza. Don't foget the gelato- its amazing!!!

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The waitress was acting as she really did not want to take anymore guests for the rest of the night; we were not able to get any service for 5 minutes while we were sitting at the bar looking around for some help...
I REALLY felt like they were doing us a favour by taking $30 for two mediocre pizzas; it made me question everithing. I used to like this place but maybe a homesick Italian like me will be always drawn to a wood burning oven no matter what, even if the pizza is not actually that good... I think I was right. So much for that Neapolitan gimmick.

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★★☆☆☆

The waitress was acting as she really did not want to take anymore guests for the rest of the night; we were not able to get any service for 5 minutes while we were sitting at the bar looking around for some help...
I REALLY felt like they were doing us a favour by taking $30 for two mediocre pizzas; it made me question everithing. I used to like this place but maybe a homesick Italian like me will be always drawn to a wood burning oven no matter what, even if the pizza is not actually that good... I think I was right. So much for that Neapolitan gimmick.

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I am rarely so dissapointed in a restaurant that I feel compelled to write a review, but Tutta Bella in Issaquah stands out as one of the worst pizza places I have EVER dined at!

This so called neopolitan pizza was a sopping wet, under-cooked mess covered with a few splotches of tomato puree a couple of dots of something like cheese and a few tasteless sausages and mushrooms. It was entitled the 'Tutta Bella'. Evidently one of their signature creations.

I am an experienced home pizza cook and a former Chicagoan who loves and appreciates a wide variety of pizza styles. Freschetta makes a better product than this restaurant!

Enter at your own risk, or better yet, opt for Serious Pie or another place where the chefs have received some proper training...

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★☆☆☆☆

I am rarely so dissapointed in a restaurant that I feel compelled to write a review, but Tutta Bella in Issaquah stands out as one of the worst pizza places I have EVER dined at!

This so called neopolitan pizza was a sopping wet, under-cooked mess covered with a few splotches of tomato puree a couple of dots of something like cheese and a few tasteless sausages and mushrooms. It was entitled the 'Tutta Bella'. Evidently one of their signature creations.

I am an experienced home pizza cook and a former Chicagoan who loves and appreciates a wide variety of pizza styles. Freschetta makes a better product than this restaurant!

Enter at your own risk, or better yet, opt for Serious Pie or another place where the chefs have received some proper training...

Pros: None

Cons: Everything

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Tasty pizza. Kid and family friendly atmosphere. Nice staff. Highly generous owners -- always willing to go the extra mile for your non-profit event! Quick service. Reliable meal.

4
★★★★☆

Tasty pizza. Kid and family friendly atmosphere. Nice staff. Highly generous owners -- always willing to go the extra mile for your non-profit event! Quick service. Reliable meal.

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I tried their pizza that had four different styles of their most popular Neopolitan pizzas. I would say this was the best choice, just because I didn't know which one I'd like the most. Their pizzas are fire-cooked and the atmosphere is fun. Wait stuff was friendly, even spoke to the manager. Get gelato for dessert! Chocolate is my favorite!

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★★★★☆

I tried their pizza that had four different styles of their most popular Neopolitan pizzas. I would say this was the best choice, just because I didn't know which one I'd like the most. Their pizzas are fire-cooked and the atmosphere is fun. Wait stuff was friendly, even spoke to the manager. Get gelato for dessert! Chocolate is my favorite!

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I'm not sure what I am more disappointed in ... the wet soggy pizza or the reviewers who are dishing out 5 star reviews for this pizza.

We visited Issaquah's new Tutta Bella restaurant. We ordered a salad and a pizza. What did we get? A great salad and a wet pizza. Correct me if I am wrong but Neapolitan pizza is NOT served with the characteristics of a half soaked bar rag. This pie was SWIMMING with liquid in the center. The combination of mozzarella cheese, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, and San Marzano tomatoes are traditionally a great combination ... however in Tutta's pie shop the flavors are not to be found. I am quite familiar with the "Neapolitan-style" pizza. This pizza's crust was under cooked to an obnoxious limp disaster. This was an absolute fraud. The sad idea is Tutta's passes off their pizza as Neapolitan but in reality...it's just another American rip-off in name only. I love the idea of a wood-fire oven but if the cooks can't control ingredients and heat Tutta's should consider using an electric oven. Even worse? People who are eating this stuff and thinking it's "wonderful" are fooling themselves. Clearly these people are confused between quality and cr-p which is being pawned off as "authentic. But then again, here in America most garbage Is considered quality. As long as business owners print a high price on the menu next to the slop they serve and fancy up the place with some high end lighting idiots will consider it "good as gold" because someone else told them what to believe. This pizza was poor at best.

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★★☆☆☆

I'm not sure what I am more disappointed in ... the wet soggy pizza or the reviewers who are dishing out 5 star reviews for this pizza.

We visited Issaquah's new Tutta Bella restaurant. We ordered a salad and a pizza. What did we get? A great salad and a wet pizza. Correct me if I am wrong but Neapolitan pizza is NOT served with the characteristics of a half soaked bar rag. This pie was SWIMMING with liquid in the center. The combination of mozzarella cheese, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, and San Marzano tomatoes are traditionally a great combination ... however in Tutta's pie shop the flavors are not to be found. I am quite familiar with the "Neapolitan-style" pizza. This pizza's crust was under cooked to an obnoxious limp disaster. This was an absolute fraud. The sad idea is Tutta's passes off their pizza as Neapolitan but in reality...it's just another American rip-off in name only. I love the idea of a wood-fire oven but if the cooks can't control ingredients and heat Tutta's should consider using an electric oven. Even worse? People who are eating this stuff and thinking it's "wonderful" are fooling themselves. Clearly these people are confused between quality and cr-p which is being pawned off as "authentic. But then again, here in America most garbage Is considered quality. As long as business owners print a high price on the menu next to the slop they serve and fancy up the place with some high end lighting idiots will consider it "good as gold" because someone else told them what to believe. This pizza was poor at best.

Pros: House Salad

Cons: Pizza

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The food is delicious. Order any pizza with the Napoli salad and make sure you save room for the tiramisu...some of the best I've ever had. This is a great place to bring a group of friends. The portions are generous, the price is reasonable, and the atmosphere is fun. The pizzas are very authentic so even the harshest foodies will enjoy themselves!

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★★★★★

The food is delicious. Order any pizza with the Napoli salad and make sure you save room for the tiramisu...some of the best I've ever had. This is a great place to bring a group of friends. The portions are generous, the price is reasonable, and the atmosphere is fun. The pizzas are very authentic so even the harshest foodies will enjoy themselves!

Pros: food, service, parking

Cons: none

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The pies and salads are excellent and the portions are great. Tutta bella offers Neapolitan Pizza with a top notch atmosphere. Excellent choice for a dinner event, drop in meal, or date.

5
★★★★★

The pies and salads are excellent and the portions are great. Tutta bella offers Neapolitan Pizza with a top notch atmosphere. Excellent choice for a dinner event, drop in meal, or date.

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Try one of their salads and pick any of their pizzas. Fire-cooked you can't go wrong with any of these pizzas. They serve gelato, tiramisu (to share?) and espresso. The wait staff is friendly and fun. Great deals on their specials, expect to eat a lot of rustic and delicious food.

Our favorite is the Napoli salad with any variety of their pizzas. Great to share with the family and to have leftovers. Ask any of the staff for their favorites and you can't go wrong.

4
★★★★☆

Try one of their salads and pick any of their pizzas. Fire-cooked you can't go wrong with any of these pizzas. They serve gelato, tiramisu (to share?) and espresso. The wait staff is friendly and fun. Great deals on their specials, expect to eat a lot of rustic and delicious food.

Our favorite is the Napoli salad with any variety of their pizzas. Great to share with the family and to have leftovers. Ask any of the staff for their favorites and you can't go wrong.

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My kids love this place which makes dinner REALLLLY easy when mom isn't around.

Fast service and casual. Not that anyone cares when it comes to pizza, but it's nice that it's not to heavy. Great flavors....Dad's best friend.

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★★★★☆

My kids love this place which makes dinner REALLLLY easy when mom isn't around.

Fast service and casual. Not that anyone cares when it comes to pizza, but it's nice that it's not to heavy. Great flavors....Dad's best friend.

Pros: great for kids

Cons: none really

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The formula here is simple buckets of cheap wine, hoards of SUV drivers full of Yuppies and their kids from who knows where, and lots of hype about authentic Italian Pizza. Expect a hassle for parking, a line for the cafateria style seating an OK pizza, and a cheap tab. The Pizza is pretty much a cracker with the toppings applied -- really an appetizer or a light dinner.

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★★☆☆☆

The formula here is simple buckets of cheap wine, hoards of SUV drivers full of Yuppies and their kids from who knows where, and lots of hype about authentic Italian Pizza. Expect a hassle for parking, a line for the cafateria style seating an OK pizza, and a cheap tab. The Pizza is pretty much a cracker with the toppings applied -- really an appetizer or a light dinner.

Pros: Good for an early afternoon bite and drink

Cons: Parking zoo looks to be pretty dangerous

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Sort of a drag to wait so long while the noise is through the rafters. The menu is simple and easy to navigate through, which is probably why it's good for kids. The service is fine...okay, pretty good actually, but you can barely hear what your friend/date/accompanying party members are saying over all of the kids and the chairs moving in and out, and parents telling the kids to be quite. I am single and love dining out, so I'm biased in that way. If I had kids I'd come here - the house wine is pretty good, the tiramisu is excellent, and the pizza is pretty darn good, despite what some of the other reviews are saying (although, sometimes a little soggy in the middle). I can usually eat a whole pizza myself, so if you're with someone and she'll only want one pizza, get a salad.

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★★★☆☆

Sort of a drag to wait so long while the noise is through the rafters. The menu is simple and easy to navigate through, which is probably why it's good for kids. The service is fine...okay, pretty good actually, but you can barely hear what your friend/date/accompanying party members are saying over all of the kids and the chairs moving in and out, and parents telling the kids to be quite. I am single and love dining out, so I'm biased in that way. If I had kids I'd come here - the house wine is pretty good, the tiramisu is excellent, and the pizza is pretty darn good, despite what some of the other reviews are saying (although, sometimes a little soggy in the middle). I can usually eat a whole pizza myself, so if you're with someone and she'll only want one pizza, get a salad.

Pros: Good pizza and wine at a reasonable price

Cons: KIDS EVERYWHERE!!!

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I ordered the basic Margahretta pizza expecting our taste buds to explode. The pizza was luke warm, the "buffalo" mozzarella cheese tasted like it had been in the fridge for a few days, and I was disappointed with the crust. The crust tasted like it had been previously frozen. It felt like the restaurant was cutting corners with the quality of ingredients. The pie was skimpy on cheese and basil too. Aside from the cheese, The frozen Italian pizza from Trader Joe's is just about as good as Tutta Bella. Tutta Bella's sauce is much better than anything frozen, but at $10 a pie, the overall pizza is not worth it, and I think Trader Joe's at $5 a pie is a pretty close second to Tutta Bella.

I agree with the other reviewers that the service was excellent. Prompt, friendly, informative. No complaints. Also, this is a very family friendly place. It was packed with young kids and watchful parents dining on simple, Ikea wooden tables. I would not take a date to this place, but I would recommend it to families with kids. The kid's pizza, at $8 (it's the same size as the other pizzas) is probably the best deal and the best tasting pizza on the menu.

1
★★☆☆☆

I ordered the basic Margahretta pizza expecting our taste buds to explode. The pizza was luke warm, the "buffalo" mozzarella cheese tasted like it had been in the fridge for a few days, and I was disappointed with the crust. The crust tasted like it had been previously frozen. It felt like the restaurant was cutting corners with the quality of ingredients. The pie was skimpy on cheese and basil too. Aside from the cheese, The frozen Italian pizza from Trader Joe's is just about as good as Tutta Bella. Tutta Bella's sauce is much better than anything frozen, but at $10 a pie, the overall pizza is not worth it, and I think Trader Joe's at $5 a pie is a pretty close second to Tutta Bella.

I agree with the other reviewers that the service was excellent. Prompt, friendly, informative. No complaints. Also, this is a very family friendly place. It was packed with young kids and watchful parents dining on simple, Ikea wooden tables. I would not take a date to this place, but I would recommend it to families with kids. The kid's pizza, at $8 (it's the same size as the other pizzas) is probably the best deal and the best tasting pizza on the menu.

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Despite its sleek decor and hip staff this Tutta Bella has lost its soul. After several recent visits I have found that it reminds me of the snack stand at Disneyland?s Tomorrow Land packed with zillions of toddlers and their exhausted parents, oblivious of the ?out for an evening? non parents to reign in their screaming kids while waiting for sub-standard cold pizza. I was there recently and the table ordered three pizzas which were served less than luke warm with uncooked dough. The toppings were skimpy and flavorless as though freeze dried and reconstituted. This atmosphere is like a daycare. The noise level was intolerable. The service however was very good and our server was prompt and attentive which was a good thing because we could not wait to leave! We?ve tried to hang in there but have decided to secede to the little people.

1
★★☆☆☆

Despite its sleek decor and hip staff this Tutta Bella has lost its soul. After several recent visits I have found that it reminds me of the snack stand at Disneyland?s Tomorrow Land packed with zillions of toddlers and their exhausted parents, oblivious of the ?out for an evening? non parents to reign in their screaming kids while waiting for sub-standard cold pizza. I was there recently and the table ordered three pizzas which were served less than luke warm with uncooked dough. The toppings were skimpy and flavorless as though freeze dried and reconstituted. This atmosphere is like a daycare. The noise level was intolerable. The service however was very good and our server was prompt and attentive which was a good thing because we could not wait to leave! We?ve tried to hang in there but have decided to secede to the little people.

Pros: Prompt Service

Cons: Unpleasant atmoshphere, dull food

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I have absolutely no idea what the other reviews are about. TUTTA BELLA ROCKS!! The salads are plentiful and wonderfully flavorful. The espresso is out of this world good...literally just like I had when in Italy. The gelato (my favorite the Nutella flavor) is simply amazing.
And the pizza? There is a reason they have that Authentic Neapolitan thing associated with their name. No pizza is going to taste precisely like it's from Italy. It just doesn't and won't. But, by far, this is the BEST pizza and CLOSEST to the real thing in town.
It's thin crust, not deep dish, (in my opinon that's like eating butter cake...gross) and it's consistency and taste is right on.
I am speaking as an Italian-American with an actual Italian native as a fiance. I was GIDDY when I found Tutta Bella because at least he will have a place here with food like home. He'll be here in one week and we'll visit Tutta Bella. I'll ask him to write a review, too. Because all the others are dead wrong.
If you want Pizza Hut, stay home and order your butter cake!

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★★★★★

I have absolutely no idea what the other reviews are about. TUTTA BELLA ROCKS!! The salads are plentiful and wonderfully flavorful. The espresso is out of this world good...literally just like I had when in Italy. The gelato (my favorite the Nutella flavor) is simply amazing.
And the pizza? There is a reason they have that Authentic Neapolitan thing associated with their name. No pizza is going to taste precisely like it's from Italy. It just doesn't and won't. But, by far, this is the BEST pizza and CLOSEST to the real thing in town.
It's thin crust, not deep dish, (in my opinon that's like eating butter cake...gross) and it's consistency and taste is right on.
I am speaking as an Italian-American with an actual Italian native as a fiance. I was GIDDY when I found Tutta Bella because at least he will have a place here with food like home. He'll be here in one week and we'll visit Tutta Bella. I'll ask him to write a review, too. Because all the others are dead wrong.
If you want Pizza Hut, stay home and order your butter cake!

Pros: Pizza. Nutella Gelato. AMAZING Espresso.

Cons: Location. Parking lot has small spaces.

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This pizza was horrible. We tried two pizzas, and the crust had no flavor, and was soggy. The sauce was like they just used pureed tomatoes and added no extra flavoring. The toppings were exactly like the menu said. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I've had pizza in New York, and pizza in Italy...and this is wayyyy off the mark.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This pizza was horrible. We tried two pizzas, and the crust had no flavor, and was soggy. The sauce was like they just used pureed tomatoes and added no extra flavoring. The toppings were exactly like the menu said. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I've had pizza in New York, and pizza in Italy...and this is wayyyy off the mark.

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I have been a pizza afficianado and amateur pizza maker for 20 years. I know my pizza. This is horrible pizza. The soul of a pizza is the crust. A good pizza maker craves the high heat of a coal or wood stove to get that bubbly crust, hint of smoke, outside a yeasty moist crumb. Tutta Bella seemed to have the right oven, but it did not have a good dough or a pizza maker who knows the first thing about making a pizza. The pie arrived with an inspid and limp dough. There was no crust. I picking up a slice and it drooped like a limp noodle. It was dramatically undercooked. LIkewise, the top was not adequatley cooked. That's what happens when you dont knead your dough well, have long rises, or let your dough sit on a preheated oven. The pizza maker had the pie on a paddle with the top facing the flame. NO, NO, NO. A terribel shame. A waste of an good oven.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I have been a pizza afficianado and amateur pizza maker for 20 years. I know my pizza. This is horrible pizza. The soul of a pizza is the crust. A good pizza maker craves the high heat of a coal or wood stove to get that bubbly crust, hint of smoke, outside a yeasty moist crumb. Tutta Bella seemed to have the right oven, but it did not have a good dough or a pizza maker who knows the first thing about making a pizza. The pie arrived with an inspid and limp dough. There was no crust. I picking up a slice and it drooped like a limp noodle. It was dramatically undercooked. LIkewise, the top was not adequatley cooked. That's what happens when you dont knead your dough well, have long rises, or let your dough sit on a preheated oven. The pizza maker had the pie on a paddle with the top facing the flame. NO, NO, NO. A terribel shame. A waste of an good oven.

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This place gets more than an okay with me. First the pizza is good. Second, the salad is great. Third the Gelato is supreme. But let's focus on that there are not many places for families with kids. Now, I don't have kids, but I have nephews. When you take nephews out without MOM, it can sometimes be a disaster. NOT so at Tutta Bella. If you are lucky to come early and get seated promptly (this is my suggestion), then you are descended upon with Wiki-Stix, these sticky magical bendy things that you can virtually sculpt into anything fun and entertaining. They have root beer on tap. They will, if you ask, bring a little piece of dough to the table for the kids to play with. The sinks in the bathroom aren't impossible to reach for a 4 year old who you are making wash their hands before dinner. The service staff doesn't frown on the children, doesn't act "put-out" when the children ask a bazillion questions. And if something spills, they graciouisly come with rags and smiles (they seem to understand that accidents happen). I highly reccomend this place to any Aunt or Uncle (Mom and Dad of course too) who wants to treat their sibiling to a joyous few hours by taking the kids out to dinner. Thank you Tutta Bella for reminding us that kids are diners too.

2
★★★★★

This place gets more than an okay with me. First the pizza is good. Second, the salad is great. Third the Gelato is supreme. But let's focus on that there are not many places for families with kids. Now, I don't have kids, but I have nephews. When you take nephews out without MOM, it can sometimes be a disaster. NOT so at Tutta Bella. If you are lucky to come early and get seated promptly (this is my suggestion), then you are descended upon with Wiki-Stix, these sticky magical bendy things that you can virtually sculpt into anything fun and entertaining. They have root beer on tap. They will, if you ask, bring a little piece of dough to the table for the kids to play with. The sinks in the bathroom aren't impossible to reach for a 4 year old who you are making wash their hands before dinner. The service staff doesn't frown on the children, doesn't act "put-out" when the children ask a bazillion questions. And if something spills, they graciouisly come with rags and smiles (they seem to understand that accidents happen). I highly reccomend this place to any Aunt or Uncle (Mom and Dad of course too) who wants to treat their sibiling to a joyous few hours by taking the kids out to dinner. Thank you Tutta Bella for reminding us that kids are diners too.

Pros: Kid Friendly, good food, parking, salad, gelato

Cons: can't think of any

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This joint gets my ok.......the food is really satisfying.....if you want to go pizza-light try the salad w. fresh mozzarella served cold on the bare-wood-oven-fired crust.....a variation on the 'bread & salad' entree. Heads-up:It's VERY noisy and there's usually a wait on weekends..... don't get the pizza to-go...the crust gets soggy and loses that great crunch & hot-out-of -the- wood -oven flavor which is what you're paying for here. A fine CIAO down here.

2
★★★★☆

This joint gets my ok.......the food is really satisfying.....if you want to go pizza-light try the salad w. fresh mozzarella served cold on the bare-wood-oven-fired crust.....a variation on the 'bread & salad' entree. Heads-up:It's VERY noisy and there's usually a wait on weekends..... don't get the pizza to-go...the crust gets soggy and loses that great crunch & hot-out-of -the- wood -oven flavor which is what you're paying for here. A fine CIAO down here.

 

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