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Spacca Napoli

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Certificate of Excellence2015 - 2019 Winner
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Spaccanapoli is the old quarter & heart of naples, Italy. Naples is famed as the birthplace of pizza.
ANTIPASTI‏
We use Italian extra virgin olive oil & aged balsamic vinegar from modena.
8.00
Insalata Mista
Mesculin greens, castelvetrano olives, cherry tomatoes
12.00
Prosciutto e Rucola
Prosciutto crudo, arugula, parmigiano reggiano
12.00
Antipasto Misto
Prosciutto Crudo, Sopressata, Biellese Finocchiona, Capiccollo, provolone cheese, grilled asparagus, Castelvetrano olives
15.00
Prosciutto e Bufala
Prosciutto crudo, mozzarella di bufala, basil
10.50
Caprese con Bufala
Mozzarella di bufala, cherry tomatoes, basil
9.00
Insalata Eoliana
New potatoes, cherry tomatoes, tuna, cucumber, arugula, onion, capers & caper berries dressed w/ olive oil & red wine vinegar
10.00
Insalata di Mare
Poached calamari, cuttlefish, shrimp, celery & kalamata olives, w/ lemon & olive oil
7.00
Zucchine alla Scapece
Fried zucchine marinated in white balsamic vinegar w/ fresh mint & garlic
8.50
Melanzane
Fried eggplant simmered w/ Italian imported tomatoes, basil & garlic
PIZZE ROSE
Traditional red sauce made w/ Italian tomatoes, topped w/ olive oil
9.50
Marinara
Oregano, garlic, basil
12.50
Margherita
Fior di latte mozzarella, basil
13.00
Funghi
Fior di latte mozzarella, basil, mushrooms
13.00
Salsiccia
Fior di latte mozzarella, basil, ltalian sausage
14.00
Funghi e Salsiccia
Fior di latte mozzarella, basil, mushrooms, Italian sausage
15.50
Bufalina
Basil, mozzarella di bufala, olive oil
16.00
Diavola
Mozzarella di bufala, spicy salami, red pepper flakes, basil
PIZZE BIANCHE‏
Made without red sauce, topped w/ olive oil
16.00
Prosciutto e Rucola
Provola, prosciutto di parma, arugula, parmesan
14.00
Salsiccia e Broccoletti
Italian sausage, rapini, fior di latte mozzarella
15.00
Bianca con Bufala
Mozzarella di bufala, basil
15.50
Bianca con Bufala e Rucola
Mozzarella di bufala, arugula, basil
15.50
Sorrentina
Pomodorini, mozzarella di bufala, basil
15.00
Quattro Formaggi
Fior di‏ latte mozzarella, gorgonzola, ementhal, fontina
16.00
Bianco Nero
Pecorino w/ black truffle, fior di latte mozzarella, porcini mushrooms, white truffle oil
BIBITE
2.50
Sparkling Mineral Water
Ferrarelle, smeraldina
2.00
Chinotto
Aronciata
Limonata
Italian Soda
2.25
Italian Peach Iced Tea
2.00
Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite
5.00
Campari
VINI‏
These wines are listed by varietal & may not be familiar by name to many American consumers, but make no mistake, they have been carefully selected by proprietor Jonathan goldsmith as traditional pairings for authentic southern Italian cuisine.
Please keep in mind that wine is a living thing & will evolve throughout a meal, especially w/ exposure to air.
VINO SPUMANTE
7.00
33.00
Prosecco di Valdobbiadene, Nino Franco NV (Veneto)
This traditional dry style italian sparkler is perfect to start a meal, or keep your palate clean throughout.
VINI BIANCHI‏
7.00
33.00
Biancollella, Tommasone '10 (Campania)
From the island of Ischia, this well structured white has round notes of ripe peach w/ crisp acidity & a dry finish. Ideal w/ antipasti & pizzas without tomato sauce.
7.00
33.00
Vermentino “Costamolino,” Argiolas '10 (Sardinia)
An intense, yet delicate bouquet of focused minerality & a hint of salinity reminding one of the strong breezes on the island of sardinia.
7.00
33.00
Falanghina, Mastroberardino '10 (Campania)
Displays fresh aromas of citrus, pineapple & white flowers. This light-to-medium bodied fresh crisp white offers good structure & acidity.
8.50
41.00
Greco di Tufo, Mastroberardino '09 (Campania)
Smooth, elegant & structured, w/ firm acidity. Full bodied & almost creamy in texture. Luscious white fruit, clover honey, & a bone dry finish.
7.25
34.00
Lacryma Christi del Bianco, Mastroberardino '10 (Campania)
This white "tears of christ" from the slopes of mount Vesuvious is all coda di volpe, the "tail of the fox" grape indigenous to campania, medium bodied w/ minerality & tropical notes.
7.25
34.00
Muscat "Terre di Orazio," Cantina Venosa '10 (Campania)
This dry muscat has an exotic perfumed nose w/ spiced peach & apricot on the palate in a crisp, clean & dry frame.
7.25
34.00
Coda di Volpe, Terredora di Paolo '10 (Campania)
Mineral infused layers of orchard fruit & citrus, medium weight w/ a clean refreshing finish
VINO ROSATO
6.50
31.00
Rosato, Argiolas '09 (Sardinia)
A blend of native varietals: cannonau, monica, carignano & bovale sardo. This voluptuous rosato boasts a rich salmon color. Fresh, bright & youthful, its intense flavors of wild berries & herbs are reminiscent of the Mediterranean.
VINI ROSSI‏
6.50
31.00
Montepulciano, Valle Reale '10 (Abruzzo)
The most widely planted red in the abruzzo, a region located level w/ Rome & stretching east from the appenines to the adriatic. Pleasing red fruit w/ light earth & a clean finish.
6.50
31.00
Costera, Argiolas '08 (Sardinia)
From the‏ island of Sardinia, comes this rich red. This wine offers seductive aromas of ripe black cherries, pepper, & licorice. Warm & full-bodied on the palate, w/ excellent texture, & pleasant tannins (90% cannonau, 5% bovale sardo & 5% carignano).
7.50
35.00
Duca San Felice Ciro Rosso RSV, Librandi '08 (Calabria)
Made from gaglioppo, a local grape of greek origins. This wine offers rich aromas of Mediterranean fruits such as figs & dates, sour cherry, & tobacco w/ a hint of chocolate. Spicy flavors w/ balanced tannins.
6.50
31.00
Castel del Monte, Santa Lucia '08 (Puglia)
This wine from Puglia in the "boot heel" offers unusual complexity. Made primarily from the local uva di troia grape it has dark garnet color. The perfumed red fruit, herbal & earthy aromas lead to a pleasant hint of bitterness on the finish.
7.25
34.00
Lacryma Christi del Rosso, Mastroberardino '10 (Campania)
This red "tears of Christ" has intense color, w/ a full bouquet of cherry, plum, raspberry, & strawberry aromas supported by spiced pepper & clove. Well-structured & smooth, w/ refined tannins & a background of fruit & spice notes.
7.00
33.00
Primitivo di Manduria, Leone de Castris '09 (Puglia)
From the premium growing region for primitivo around the town of manduria. Displays a juxtaposition of delicate floral nuance on the nose, w/ immense fruit concentration, supported by well developed tannins.
7.00
33.00
Etna Rosso, Terre Nere '09 (Sicily)
Nerello mascalese grown on the slopes of mount etna. A fresh vintage in the sophisticated style of an affordable red burgundy.
7.50
35.00
Aglianico del Vulture "Terra de Vulcano," Bisceglia '08 (Basilicata)
Situated on the lower slopes of the extinct volcano, Mount Vulture, this fresh medium-bodied aglianico based wine has ripe cherry notes w/ cedar & licorice nuances in the finish.
8.00
38.00
Nero d'Avola "Lamuri," Tasca D'Almerita '09 (Sicily)
This single vineyard selection offers deep fruit concentration along a firm structure bolstered by oak aging.
8.00
38.00
Cerasuolo di Vittorio, Planeta '09 (Sicily)
A blend of nero d'avola & frappato, two of sicily's native sons. Bright red fruit notes prevail. The volcanic soils lend a hint of minerality to an otherwise silky finish.
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
CUISINES
Italian, Pizza
FEATURES
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The one with the wood chips and the “gluten free” pizza. After researching the best gluten free pizzas in Chicago, we landed on Spacca Napoli. It was a special occasion because my brother was traveling in from out of state. He has celiac disease and...More

Date of visit: April 2019
1  Thank sarahtheparrot
Reviewed May 5, 2019

Everything was excellent! How to get there? In Sunnyside Av, cross with N. Ravenswood Av. Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday 11:30 am to 9 pm. Friday & Saturday 11:30 am to 10 pm. Sunday 12 pm to 9 pm. Closed on Monday. Service: just excellent....More

Date of visit: February 2019
5  Thank JosePenaA8201
Reviewed April 9, 2019 via mobile

Can here for the Neapolitan pizzas and was not disappointed. Nevertheless, the baby squid appetiser stole the show! Do order it if you visit!!!

Date of visit: April 2019
Thank anawint
Reviewed March 2, 2019 via mobile

This is the place to go for real Neapolitan pizza in Chicago. Consistently good. Nice ambiance, menu with several pizza and all according the tradition: love the specials. Well done to the pizzaiolo!

Date of visit: March 2019
Thank Moreno_chicago
Reviewed January 27, 2019

This place has such a beautiful atmosphere, the restaurant is large and can accommodate many diners at once surly. best Neapolitan Pizza I have ever eat. The price was very reasonable. the owner has some extra quality of good behavior. I don’t have any complaint...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank LateAsUsualLatonjaa
Reviewed January 3, 2019

Family group of 14 visited over Christmas holiday weekend and were lucky enough to be seated in the back room which was like a private dining room. Amazing pizzas and the Burata is to die for. Would highly recommend. A great spot!

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank Emmadon
Reviewed November 18, 2018 via mobile

My family was in town visiting our daughter at Loyola University in Chicago and I found this place on Trip Advisor. It was about a 15 minute drive from the university but I’m so glad we decided to come here instead or ordering from some...More

Date of visit: November 2018
Thank The_Lankan
Reviewed October 27, 2018 via mobile

The place is very popular so book in advance or come out of peak hours. The pizze are very excellent with fresh ingredients. The service was efficient and friendly. Prices are reasonable.

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank Lorenzo-Laurent
Reviewed October 15, 2018 via mobile

The owner Jonathan made us feel as part of his big family. He was very kind and friendly, his staff is nice and helpful and the menu is something incredible. I am from Italy and I have not found any better pizza anywhere else i...More

Date of visit: September 2018
Thank Jessica D
Reviewed October 10, 2018

At this restaurant they made a nice thin crust. Layered a lot of good, pretty fresh ingredients on top. There weren't many options but the ones they had were good. The price was very reasonable as well. Good staff

Date of visit: August 2018
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Alexis Z
October 30, 2018|
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Response from augustdallmanbrill | Reviewed this property |
Not a loyalty type place...I'd say no but then again I'm not sure.
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Courtney K
March 30, 2015|
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Response from gold-vintner | Reviewed this property |
Nor have I traveled in Italy. But it has long been known that pizza, as we know it in America is different from that which came from Italy. So what ???? It was GREAT !!!!!
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