We were seated in one of the booths along the wall in the main room of the restaurant, where there is a big communal table
And behind me (remember this for later ) along the back wall are the volcano-named pizza ovens
Stromboli, Vesuvio, Etna and um, not sure about the name of the one in the lower left-hand corner???
We ordered this pizza to share…
Pepperoni and Spicy Italian Sausage Pizza
($18 for the Individual-size Pepperoni Pizza plus $3.50 for the additional sausage topping)
I’m happy to report that this pizza was a solid, good Wendy and maybe would have even gotten a Peter Pan if this hadn’t been our second lunch of the day.
Oh, and by the way, Allison and I each had a glass of Rosa Regale along with the pizza.
Ahhh yes, Rosa Regale…the Nectar of the Gods.
(This was $11/glass)
Now of course for dessert I had to have this…
Zeppole di Ricotta – Ricotta cheese fritters, served with whipped cream and chocolate sauce – $10.00 (worth every penny)
And now for a closer shot…
Allison and I shared the zeppole, which were delicious once again. But Emily wanted to do her own thing because she spotted this on the dessert menu
(Like at Tutto Italia, this was $9.00. A little overpriced for a couple of scoops of good, but ordinary chocolate gelato.
And so our overall rating of this meal was: Very Good