Domenico De Marco, or "Dom", opened Di Fara Pizza in 1964 after emigrating to Brooklyn from the Province of Caserta in Italy. Before Di Fara Pizza, Dom spent time working on a Huntington farm until someone told him about a "good spot" on Avenue J in Brooklyn.
#4 Pizzeria Mozza, Los Angeles (Squash blossoms, tomato, burrata mozzarella, tomato sauce) Renowned baker and chef Nancy Silverton teamed with Italian culinary moguls Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich to open Osteria Mozza, a Los Angeles hot spot where the famous clientele pales in comparison to the innovative, creative fare. The pizzeria, attached to the main restaurant, offers a variety of Italian specialties, from antipasti to bruschetta, but the Neapolitan pizzas steal the show.
What is it about pizza that makes us love it so much? Is it the savory cheeses, the pliable crust or the aromatic sauce? Perhaps it's the customizable nature of the treat. Each pizza is different; across the country -- the world, even -- foodies get to compliment their pies with the toppings they most love.
My expectations for pizza in Rome were high and La Gatta Mangiona did not disappoint. Tips: A reservation is a must and can only be made by phone. La Gatta Mangiona can easily be reached from Rome by taking the number 8 tram from Largo Argentina to the last stop.
Papa John's International is a publicly traded company, with 25% of its shares owned by John Schnatter. In January 2002, Papa John's became the first national pizza chain to make online ordering available to all of its U.S. customers. Most other national chains later added online ordering to their services.
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