Choose from Three Options
- $19 for $35 worth of Italian food and pizza for two or more
- $39 for $70 worth of Italian food and pizza for four or more
- $55 for $105 worth of Italian food and pizza for six or more
- See the dinner menu.
Marzano's Wood Fired Italian
At Marzano's Wood Fired Italian, pizza is such a serious business that the chefs won't even entrust the cheese to an outsider. Instead, fresh mozzarella is made in house for the restaurant's authentic neopolitan pizzas. When a pizza maker certified by Italy's Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani slides pies into the wood-fired oven, the creamy cheese bubbles atop sauce made from imported San Marzano tomatoes. On many of these pizzas, the mozzarella mingles with other traditional toppings, such as salami, arugula, or prosciutto di parma.
But the chefs are also aware that American pizza has become a class unto itself. Separate from the classically Italian pies are pizzas topped with barbecue chicken and onions, ham and pineapple, and italian beef and giardiniera. Make-your-own pizzas are also available, as are entrees like butternut-squash ravioli, seared scallops over mushroom risotto, and veal marsala. Echoing the kitchen's 1000-degree pizza oven is the dining room's large stone fireplace, which, like the server who inquires whether you ate your vegetables, gives Marzano's a homey atmosphere.