This restaurant is now run by the second generation of its founders. Great italian food, the atmosphere is that of a true napolitan cantina: dark, loud and rustic. Pictures of costumers covers the stone walls. The pizza is by far the best one in Maceió, with its thin crust and really cheesy topping. You can both choose from the many options on the menu or make your own choice of ingredients for your very own pizza style. The Filet Del Poppolo is stuffed with mozzarella and ham and is delicious and huge (three people can eat and feel completely full) and the prices are reasonable. Weekend nights are REALLY busy, with an wait list and all, so get there early. Most dishes are big, and it's common to see many families with kids (there's no playground), so gather your hunger and your pacience and enjoy!
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