Pizaro’s Pizza Napoletana is not just a restaurant hiding false pretenses but it is as close as authentic as you are going to get. The venue is very simple with wooden tables and a couple of pictures on the wall, even though the oven is the main attraction as it has modern style concurrent with tradition, and it was brought straight from Naples, Italy.
The restaurant is located at 14028 Memorial in the Westside of the city and its hours of operations are Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and it remains closed on Sunday.
For their appetizers and salads you can start out with the Caprese salad which is a simple dish with sliced tomatoes and sliced mozzarella with basil and balsamic vinegar and olive oil for $8 or the Italian flat baked bread with garlic and olive oil for $4.
For their pizzas you can go with any of the traditional, which are all 12 inches around, like the Campania which comes with roasted mushrooms, artichokes, prosciutto cotto, black olives and mozzarella for $17 or the cornicione di ricotta e spinaci which is a simple margherita pizza with the crust stuffed with spinach and ricotta for $17, or even the Calabrese with come with spicy sopressata, mozzarella and basil for $16.
On the traditional pizzas you can add extra toppings for fees between $2 to $4 dollars depending on the ingredient such as $2 for pepperonis, meatballs or sausage $3 for prosciutto and speck or the bufala mozzarella for $4.
Or you can choose for one of their specialty pizza such as the sweet pea which comes with caramelized onions, bell peppers, olive oil and mozzarella for $14, or the arugula which comes with olive oil, arugula, garlic and shaved parmesan on top for $12 and if you want some meat you can add speck or prosciutto for an extra fee, or go with the patata e funghi (one of the customers favorite) with a potato, mushrooms, rosemary and finished with truffle oil for $16, or the Fino which comes with fennel sausage, goat cheese, garlic and mozzarella for $15.
The service is excellent and it gets an A, the food is also very close to authentic as you can get and it gets an A+ and the prices get a B, as some of their pizzas can be a little expensive but worth it.