The best I have had in a long time. Reminds me of my mother's who was from Naples, Italy. Wonderful ingredients, not wet, causing soggy pizza. I love their margarita pizza. They are all good!👍
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Seems recently remodeled, but the food is unmistakable Italian-American, good quality, good selection, big portions, and something for even picky eaters. The staff are ordinary kids from the neighborhood -- you know, hard-working, polite. Not fussy or snotty. This place is where you go when...More
Pizzeria Espíritu is a little off the beaten track but the pizza and pasta dishes are top-notch and the music/environment give it a comforting retro feel. There seems to be only one server and a couple of busboys to take care of everybody, so the...More
A friend and I went here for dinner and both got the salmon. It was fantastic.Tables and chairs are simple, not fancy. But since the food is the star of the show, that doesn't matter. When we went, the restaurant was about half full, with...More
We visited here for lunch and got salad and a pizza. Both were delicious and fresh, as was my husband's pasta. Lots of toppings and pasta options! Their service was friendly and quick at lunch.
We absolutely love the food here and have never been disappointed... until the evening my wife wanted bread. They charge $2.00 for 4 tiny slices of bread the size of Saltine crackers! Double that price, if you want garlic bread! What Italian restaurant holds out...More
I enjoyed a delicious lunch at Pizzeria Espiritu. I can be a picky eater and my order was made exactly to my specifications. The service was very good and the atmosphere was pleasant. I recommend the salmon seared salad.
We selected this restaurant based on trip advisor ratings and as usual we're not disappointed. The decor is somewhat upscale for a pizzeria with rather expensive art on the walls, comfortable seating and a surprisingly quiet ambience even in a full restaurant. We began with...More
Based on the reviews I expected a great experience. The pizza was okay, but the crust had a consistency like the Bisquik crusts I used to make back in the day when there wasn't a pizza parlor on every corner. Service was a bit disjointed...More