Special hidden gem in Los Angeles! The goal is to share with all of you their love for pizza, wine and people. Pizzaiolo Mario Vollera turn out rustic, crisp-tender Neapolitan-style pizzas with a lot of Italian cheeses, local ingredients and seasonal products. He works hard to source the ingredients so that the customers enjoy organic, fresh and delicious pies. Mario picks Vino from all over the world, offering a vibrant wine list with lots of… [Read More]
Food is excellent. They offer traditional Italian dishes from basic to rather sophisticated ones and all are nicely prepared. Of course you can never go wrong with any of their very, rich pizzas. Staff is always very friendly and makes everyone feel at home. Prices are affordable.
Houdini Kitchen Laboratory is an on going project born with the aim to satisfy today’s demand of good food and drinks in a hospitable environment. It’s unmarked entrance enhances the “hidden gem” feel of the restaurant and, once inside, diners instantly feel at home as the wood-fired pizza oven roars. Service is a top principle of hospitality and they have mastered that art. Their mission is to provide a service defined by quality and simplicity where… [Read More]
Arancina Pizzerias can be found in Rome and London and are loved for their particular style of artisan hand-stretched, hand topped rectangular pizza. Their special dough is a secret recipe, with a blend of premium flours and extended fermentation time, then fired in a stone bake oven and served on a traditional wood board – has a distinct crisp outer crust and a lighter, airy, textured bite. They also serve a broad variety of freshly… [Read More]
Trattoria Vecchia Roma is considered a landmark in the heart of Rome. This restaurant fills up quickly with many locals as well as tourists, so reservations are recommended. It serves “real Italian food” and is a great place to being a family with children. The menu offers a large section plus there are many “house specials” of the day. Easy to reach via public transportation.
La Bionda is the Italian restaurant and pizzeria in the heart of Kreuzberg Bermannkiez. The pasta, pizza and bread is made with the finest Italian, stone-ground flour from organic farming. All of the wines are imported directly from the growers themselves. They offer authentic Italian regional cuisine with the same attention to details and in a relaxed atmosphere.
The restaurant is located on a quiet corner in the far West Village. The cuisine is inspired by the cooking of Rimini on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Two classic dishes are the grilled branzino and the calamari alla griglia. The cuisine is characterized by its simplicity and freshness. Pasta and pizza are highlights.
The food was excellent, and there was a good range on the menu. The staff was very friendly and helpful in explaining any dish we had questions about. The outside area was enclosed and non-smoking which is rare in Italy. Pizzas are both Roman and Neopolitan style. Very popular place with the locals. Good place to take the kids.
Risario Procino and Chef Pasquale Cozzolino are dedicated to providing the most delicious, fun and truly Neapolitan pizza experience in the city. Neapolitan pizza is more than a method of making pizza that’s taught in Naples. It’s a complete dining expereince that’s reflective of the Italian city’s rich unique and vibrant culture. Ribalta is the only pizza restaurant in the city run and staffed by Neopolitan front of house and chefs/pizzaiolos.
This restaurant offers traditional dishes from the Campania regionalization, as well as authentic Neapolitan wood-fired pizzas with the STG label. A varied lunch menu is offered at tables outside the restaurant. Fresh fish specialties are served on Fridays. Credit cards are not accepted