A wood burning oven at 900 degrees, proper ingredients, proper technique, and proper equipment is how we produce

From the high quality, simple ingredients, to the hand stretched dough, our authentic Neapolitan style of pizza will transport you to Naples, Italy. With a crisp crust, but airy light cornicone, the pizza is adorned with the meld of Italian tomatoes and buffalo milk mozzarella. We utilize the same centuries-old techniques that Neapolitan masters use to create a truly authentic pizza. Italy’s finest San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala from Campana (buffalo milk mozzarella), and a top-secret dough form the foundation of the pizza, but the true craft is in mastering the wood fired oven. The meld of flavors and textures make pizza a perfect food- sweet, salty, sour, bitter…soft, crunchy. Yes they’re all there!

We serve four authentic pies from a wood burning oven at 900 degrees


  • Marinara
    D.O.P. San Marzano
    tomatoes, extra-virgin olive oil, oregano, fresh garlic, fresh basil, Sicilian sea salt. (no cheese)

  • Margherita
    D.O.P. San Marzano
    tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala, extra-virgin olive oil, fresh basil, Sicilian sea salt.

  • Filetti – Fresh cherry tomatoes, mozzarella di bufala, fresh garlic, extra-virgin, olive oil, fresh basil, Sicilian sea salt. (fresh tomatoes, no sauce)

  • Bianca – Mozzarella di bufala, extra-virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, fresh basil, Sicilian sea salt. (no tomatoes)

It’s not the water. It’s the artisan.

What is most commonly considered pizza (tomato, mozzarella, basil) was supposedly created on June 11, 1889 by a pizza maker named Raffaele Esposito. This Pizzaiolo (meaning pizza maker in Italian and spelled Pizzaiuolo in Neapolitan) created a special pizza for the visit of Queen Margherita of Savoia. He made 3 different pizzas but the Queen fell in love with one in particular topped with three ingredients representing the three colors of the Italian Flag. The Italian flag was represented by the tomatoes (red), mozzarella (white), and basil (green). Esposito named this pizza “Pizza alla Margherita” in honor of the Queen. Whether Esposito was the first to use those ingredients or not, this is known as the classic Neapolitan pizza.