Very good homemade pizza. Not for traditionalists though. What is different is that the crust is very thin and they use different toppings. Lot's of vegetables. The mozzarella is made on site and the tomato products are imported from Italy. There is 1 pie with pepperoni the rest use ingredients not found in the chain pizza places. Venturi also has sandwiches and appetizers. The sandwiches are nothing special. Loved the Bruchetta appatizer in the summer when tomatos are local and fresh. There is a bar with a full range of drinks including some craft beers and imported wines. Venturi seems to use mostly homemade and local ingredients. All pizzas are about 10 inches and can be shared if not very hungry. They do go well with an appetizer too.
This is not a place that young children will like. Take them to a more traditional place. It is a nice place for adults to gather for a relaxing meal and good conversation. The place is small so sometimes it can be noisy since tables are close together
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