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Posted by Anonymous on 05/06/2004
Go to the bar and eat there. The bartenders are awesome and super knowledgable. The pizzas, salads, and small plates are all delicious. And try the gelato! Olive oil and seat salt gelato...sounds crazy but its delicious! Also, beautiful decor, but sometimes crazy music.
Posted by wumyster on 11/28/2003
Had the prosciutto arugula pizza classic and it was just ok. The arugula was more stem than leaf and they were kinda stingy on the prosciutto. Wife had the margherita and it was totally off. Looked and tasted like frozen pizza. Since they were individual sizes we had to order 2 pies....$23. The decor was pretty nice...they did a very good job making it feel warm. I wouldn't feel so cheated by the place if it weren't for the very poor service. Tables on both sides were constantly wondering where the waiters were all night...they were prompt however when it was time to bring the bill with the smile. Mario...don't pull a Rocco. Fix it
Posted by Bebe on 10/24/2003
If you like your pizza with crispy thin crust, heavenly cheese and a sauce that is just the pure essence of tomato you will love the pizza at Otto. No load of oil and no garlic. This is the closest to the pizza in Italy than I have ever had in the US. The artichoke salad with ricotta salata and mint was also excellent. The wine list is huge. I had a house prosecca and it was dry, refreshing and delicious. The meet platter was an experience for a sophisticated lover of Italian meats and not for everyone. It was a little scarey but interesting and not for the faint of heart. The servers were nice, the service was good and it was very kid friendly. Mario was there in orange high tops talking to customers and signing his cookbooks. A very nice experience all the way around.