Hours: L, weekdays. D, nightly.
This teeny tiny pizza joint churns out big, bold pies. The pizza is made-to-order from a shotgun-style counter, and seating is limited to a couple of patio tables against the wall or a bare-bones courtyard out back, so your best bet is either to get it to-go or have it delivered. Their standard round pizzas have a thin crispy crust — you’ll find classic pepperoni and margherita alongside the Mediterranean (olive oil, fresh spinach, feta cheese, rendered bacon, roasted garlic, and black olives). But what really sets Mia Pomodori apart is their Sicilian squares. They’re served on a thick crust with a generous helping of sauce. Add in a selection of calzones, sandwiches, breadsticks, and salads, plus a beer and wine cooler, and you’ve got the makings of a hearty Italian meal without having to break a sweat. —Erica Jackson Curran Dish (Summer 2013)
Focaccia breadsticks, big calzones, thin and crispy pizzas, and thick Sicilian squares.