Pizzeria

★★★★☆
  • 21021 Geyserville Ave

    Geyserville, CA 95441

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  • 707-814-0128

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Hours
Daily 11:30am-9pm

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We had a party of 8 and they seated us within 15 minutes. The service was a bit slow but they were really busy. They have dry meats hanging from the kitchen. They make their own salami. The chicken wings were great and the capers and sausage pizza was a delight after a long day of wine tasting.

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We had a party of 8 and they seated us within 15 minutes. The service was a bit slow but they were really busy. They have dry meats hanging from the kitchen. They make their own salami. The chicken wings were great and the capers and sausage pizza was a delight after a long day of wine tasting.

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Funky thick old brick walls where families can enjoy terrific food at moderate prices.
Enjoyed a Monday evening meal after wine tasting a couple doors down at Locals(closes@ 6). Fast service; my pizza was on the table in about 10 minutes and at $14 was pretty big. My wifes salad was lightly dressed and her ceci bean soup was excellent.
This is a sister restaurant of their higher end joint up the street.
Anyway I recommend going to Locals, a cooperative of a bunch of small local wineries, enjoying some wine, then bringing what you like with you. The wine menu at Diavola was mostly Italian wines I believe.

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★★★★☆

Funky thick old brick walls where families can enjoy terrific food at moderate prices.
Enjoyed a Monday evening meal after wine tasting a couple doors down at Locals(closes@ 6). Fast service; my pizza was on the table in about 10 minutes and at $14 was pretty big. My wifes salad was lightly dressed and her ceci bean soup was excellent.
This is a sister restaurant of their higher end joint up the street.
Anyway I recommend going to Locals, a cooperative of a bunch of small local wineries, enjoying some wine, then bringing what you like with you. The wine menu at Diavola was mostly Italian wines I believe.

 

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