Italian: Welcome to Napoli! Well, almost. This pizza carries the coveted Vera Pizza Napoletana Certification, meaning the hand-built brick ovens were imported from Naples, as are the Antico Caputo Molino 00 flour, San Marzano tomatoes and many of the specialty meats and cheeses. The pizza makers also go through extensive training to attain certification from Naples' Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani. Bottom line: If you like Neopolitan pizza, this is your go-to spot. If you hail from New York City, this is for you, too. The menu includes pies named for the city's five boroughs plus Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan's edgy west-side neighborhood. House specials include coal-fired Lemoncello chicken wings served with Vidalia onions and focaccia, and sauce-laden meatball sliders. Don't skip the desserts, some of which fall into the "why haven't we been eating this for years" category: sweet pizza with ricotta, honey and toasted almonds, and pizza stuffed with Nutella.
Local Expert Christine Loomis Says:
Italian: "Whether you want to eat on a Tuesday afternoon or Saturday evening, you''ll avoid a wait time by reserving ahead. Plus, make your reservation through Open Table and you'll score points leading to a free dinner out--win-win for all."
Best for Italian Because: Since opening in 2008, Marco's has made believers of pizza lovers from coast to coast.
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