Tag Archive | Pizza Napoli

Taverna Rossini, Roma, July 29, 2016

Ahhh, Rossini, you are good to come home to! I have not written about Taverna Rossini in over a year. I think we had come to take it for granted as it is close to home and the only secret to getting a table is to call 2 or 3 hours before you want to dine. […]

La Caveau, Chamonix, France, June 3, 2016

Mannaggia what a marginal pizza we ate here! We tried to go to a place in Chamonix so well-rated even the Italian reviewers liked it, but it was closed for a break before the high season traffic arrives in mid-June. So we went on down to the center of town to a place that advertised pizza au […]

Pizza D’Or, Antibes, France, May 28, 2016

I bought Ric a present before we left on our trip to France and Switzerland: Where to Eat Pizza by Daniel Young (available from Amazon.com and Amazon.it).  This is an insider’s guide with 1705 selections in 48 countries chosen by 121 regional experts and 956 pizza informants. It’s fun to read and Ric is keeping it […]

Pizzeria Giacomelli, Rome, May 13, 2016

I want to like Pizzeria Giacomelli more than I do. It is in a nice little neighborhood, seldom seen by tourists, with a classic Roman ambience (meaning low-key, fairly plain, a little disorganized). The prices are great, the waiters just attentive enough, and the food comes out so fast you barely have time to down your sfizi. […]

Al Forno della Soffitta, Roma, January 29, 2016

Yes, there have been a lot of pizza posts lately. I am trying to catch up on this blog. Maybe I’ll even stay caught up. Al Forno della Soffitta (beware when you click – the website has music) is an easy choice for us. We can walk there in about 30 minutes, helping amortize what we […]

La Bufala, Maranello, June 3, 2015

Upon completing a tour of the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, we decided it was lunch time. Knowing nothing of Maranello, and especially as it had been a rather impromptu trip (I will write about that on GoodDayRome soon), we did what any connected travelers would do: we consulted Trip Advisor on our smartphones. The #2 […]

Celestina, January 30, 2015

Sometimes we just need to stay close to home for Friday night, especially when the weather is crappy and standing waiting for a tram is no fun. Neither is standing outside of favorite Dar Poeta in pouring rain, which we have done on occasion. So we tumbled down the hill to Viale dei Parioli and […]