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La Pizza Fresca Ristorante
Posted by SP on 2012-10-04
La Pizza Fresca, goes through incredible lengths to present an authentic experience. Their pizza is "certified" by the verace pizza napoletana association, They have as good (and expensive) a wine list as you'll find and the menu is broken up by region
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-12-05
Went there recently, and we were literally the ONLY ones in the place on a Friday night.
That said, the 2 pizzas we ordered came out at completely separate times. Very odd.
They claimed that each pizza is made one at a time. Completely ridiculous.
Posted by Robert1974 on 2010-12-28
After sampling most of the purported Neapolitan pizza places around town, I found that this place was the original recipient of the Pizza Police's certificate from Naples and they definitely have the pizza to back it up. For me, 70% of the quality of a gr
Posted by Tressie on 2010-12-06
Six of us went for dinner last night-- 5 ordered pizza. After we ordered, we were told that the pizzas are made one at a time. So all of our pizzas came 5-10 minutes apart. C'mon, you are a restaurant with pizza in the title. I like actually eating with m
Posted by neighbor on 2010-11-29
After being a neighbor for quite some time, I have really come to love the pasta at this Pizza place; however, I waited for 20 min. with my friend for a host to come around, then finally I just went up to her. The pizza is disappointing. 10 years ago, I
Posted by Last Time Charley on 2010-03-05
At those prices there shouldn't be any. We went for lunch today. Were a little surprised by the price but if the food is good, no issue. Opting not to go for the $1200, the $450. bottles of wine and graciously declining on the $99. special wines, we had f
Posted by Bobby G. on 2009-09-14
Wouldn't give me hot red pepper flakes for my pizza --- waved a pepper mill in my face with maximum arrogance (you can get hot red pepper flakes at Del Posto, for God's sake!). Way disproportionate sense of self. And pizza was mushy. . . .
Posted by foodfan on 2009-09-08
The name is misleading: it's more a trattoria than a pizzeria. (Though the pizza is great.) What will surprise you are the fine service and excellent wine list. Not a pizza joint, but a real place to eat.