Named for great artists, the pizzas are creative and delicious. Try the Mona Lsa with prosciutto and pears or the Salvador Dali, a meat-lovers special.
Cute, good food, great prices (they do have kids stuff about half the price of adults, just need to ask) fun place right on the park, museum and duck pond! Small bit great view!
Our first dinner experience and it was a treat. A nice relaxing pasta dinner ....the meat balls where so tasty! Missed not being able to have a glass of Zinfandel the one item not on the wine list. The Caesar salad was fresh & crisp as was the croutons. I just enjoy this little eatery and the service is always... More
it is difficult to express how good the pizza is. a serendipitous meeting of individual preference and restaurant style. i like my pizza a bit on the thick side, with the dough ever so slightly sweet. it must be cooked so that the crust is at least a medium brown. the cheese must be excellent, the meats of high quality... More
I was actually shocked at how good the pizza is. We love pizza, especially in Chicago, this is close. First rate toppings, and real cheese. Not cheap like most pizzas in the south. We will be back this week.
A friend recommended this small pizza place while we were in town for a soccer tournament. The food was outstanding - pizza, pasta & salads. Some of our team liked it so much, they ate there twice in one weekend. We'll definitely be back!
this is an excellent place to have a nice Sunday lunch, watch people, feed the park ducks, have a glass of wine, and just chill. get the cheese and cured meats app, a pizza, a salad, and some wine. eat in or out, and relax. i'll be back.
Stopped by with work peers for dinner. No expectations really. Pleasantly surprised with the quality of the food. Not fancy but delicious. Prices are terrific. Well done... Well done.
This is our go-to place for casual dining in Huntsville. It's very inexpensive. $12 for gourmet wood fired pizzas named after famous painters (restaurant is located on the side of the Huntsville Museum of Art). We enjoy the caprese salad with arugula, tomatoes, goat cheese, fresh pesto and a sweet balsamic vinegar. The Italian dishes and paninis look good, but... More
We were in town for a convention at the Von Braun Center and didn't want to eat concession stand food. We spotted this place when we were parking and decided to give it a try. It was an easy walk from the VBC, just over the bridge and across the pond. I had the turkey foccacia which was very tasty!... More
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