Monday, May 21, 2012


Cuisine: Pizzeria, Bakery, Pasteries

Eatz: A lot is going on in this quaint restaurant.  Ann and I have wanted to try this place for a while and finally had an opportunity to stop in over the weekend.  Our first dish of marinated artichokes ( baby spinach, toasted pine nuts, capers, golden raisins, goat cheese) was a bit overdressed but still tasty.  
The Milo Chopped Salad (little gems, tomatoes, pepperoni, mozzarella, arugula, red wine vinagerette) was light and refreshing!  I would definitely order this again.  Finally the Burrata Pizza:  (La Quercia prosciutto
Tomato, arugula, olive oil, sea salt) took approximately 
30 min to make but was definitely worth the wait.  I am positive we will be back soon!

Staff: Super friendly in this small cozy space.

Quick tip: Live on the Westside? Call in your order, drive up to the door and they'll bring the pie right to your car.

Buen Provecho!

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