Bella Luna with bella girlfriend is somewhat of a slogan for me. We go to Bella Luna at least once a month, she goes for the pizza, I go for everything and anything. First, the pizza is nearly perfect the maybe 20 or 30 times we've been there, there have only been a couple duds, but it's never bad. Really hand tossed and really wood fired, depending where you site you can see them tossing your pizza and pulling it out when it's done. Ingredients always seem fresh, I'd have it with mushroom, peppers, etc - they care about quality. (Not like one of those places that says the QUALITY a lot, but is just words - a quality place doesn't need to tell you.) You have to try the pizza, even though it can get expensive depending on how hungry you are.
Pasta portions are a good value, even the healthy options taste quite good, the unhealthy options are great of course. The same thing as the pizza, you can tell the ingredients are real and they care. I think it was broccoli (if I'm not mistaken) in one of the pasta dishes, you could tell it was fresh, just the right amount of crispness despite being cooked.
Sandwiches taste great, but the Pittsburgh can get messy (no contest for real Primanti's, but in a pinch does the trick.) Reuben is good, the fries with are almost better, not sure how they make them, but they have some kind of seasoning or light batter on them, nice crispness, yet go down easy.
Environment - the place has just finished a major renovation in the last year or so, it's been brightened up and has a more upscale feel, it went from really good local feel, to classy-ish but reasonably priced.
Bar - never go to the bar area, but it's large with multi TV's and has a good look and feel to it. You can also do a mix and match 6 pack to go of some novelty/specialty brews.
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