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Clearly this place is popular with both locals and tourists. And it is worth it! While the place itself is nothing to write home about, we took our pizza to go and had a pic nick at the park the next block over. Since coming...More
Like others, we were inspired to come here by the Somebody Feed Phil episode. The cheesy fugazzetta pizza did not disappoint us at all. So delicious! It was roughly a 30 min taxi/uber ride away from our San Telmo hotel in midday traffic, but worth...More
Saw on ‘Somebody feed Phil’ and after checking reviews, made this a must see on our visit. We went around 1pm and it was very busy. You line up, order/pay, then walk over to the man cutting the pies and give hi. Your receipt. Standing...More
The line of taxis double parked outside of this historic Buenos Aires pizza place says it all. No tables, just people waiting in line to get a slice or to pick up a pie. Excellent fuggazzetta -- cheese stuffed pizza, with no tomatoes, topped with...More
Date of visit: May 2019
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Horacio C, Gerente at La Mezzetta, responded to this reviewResponded January 7, 2020
Muchas gracias por su visita y por su comentario y nos alegramos que la haya disfrutado!
Hasta la proxima.
La mezzetta's pizza rivals the famous napoli style thin crust pizza. They completely outclass all other thick crust pizza places in Buenos Aires. La mezzetta somehow combines the holy trinity of cheap, fast and good. Don't miss the cheese overload fugazetta.
La Mezzetta is a Classic Pizzeria located on Alvarez Thomas Street. It’s not part of the “must visit” places but really worth the visit.
Pizza is fantastic, specially the Fugazzeta!.
It’s always crowded and the place is small so you need to be very patient.
It's almost unfair for me as a Norte Americano to give La Mezzetta an unfavorable review. This place, along with a few other of the classic old (pre-1950's) pizzerias in town are hallowed ground, with legions of loyal followers. It's a very distinctive style of...More
Anyone who pays with a credit card immediately reveals themself as being in the wrong place and will only piss off the twenty people waiting behind them to get a slice. Cash is faster and everyone is hungry.