This Portland-based mini-chain serves up sophisticated slices..
Behind the street-side picture windows, the sleek decor of modern furniture and highly polished floors feels nothing like a typical pizza joint. In keeping with the visuals, the pies are upscale versions of their traditional cousins. Gourmet toppings like spicy shrimp and barbecued chicken are layered atop thin crusts brushed with olive oil and garlic. Rounding out the menu are fresh salads and paninis, complemented by local wines and microbrews.
Great Time & Food. I've eaten lunch many times but this visit was my first dinner. It was one of the most enjoyable meals I've had in a long time. The food, the service, and the employee personalities made for a great dining experience. I will frequent this spot often.
overrated chain. I had high hopes going in, but this is really terrible pizza. The toppings may be exotic, but there is no blending of flavors or apparent thought to the combinations. Terrible crust and sauce. Cheese ok. Does not live up to it's reputation.
Pizza for the Gourmet. I can't say enough about the thought that has gone into these pizzas. My roommate is a trained chef that used to work at Pizzicato. They care enough about ingredients that they pay extra to import high-tariff cheeses from France even though they know that only a handful of people will ever appreciate it.
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