I lived in Switzerland for 10 years, and our experience at Roma came the closest to a true Italian pizzeria, and exceeded our expectations on every level. From the moment you walk into this restaurant, you can tell that they have put a lot of effort into making you feel like you are in Italy, from the tiles on the floor to the cozy inner courtyard feel. The real, Italian pizza oven lets you know immediately that they have not cut any corners.
The beef carpaccio salad with arugula and shaved Parmesan cheese and grapefruit was delicious, really more air dried beef than true carpaccio, but all the more tasty. We had the Quattro Stagioni and spicy salami pizzas and they were awesome. Topped off with some panna cotta and poached pear, and a glass of their own, house made lemoncello as a digestive. The house red wine was served in beautiful, large red wine glasses which enhanced the experience. This is an oasis of excellent European style dining in the middle of a Rocky Mountain college town - not to be missed!