This is the new incarnation of Pizzeria Da Nella, a fantastic pizza place that used to be in Lincoln Park. Now they’re in Hyde Park, and still putting out the same awesome Neapolitan pies as before. Pizzas are cooked in a 1000-degree wood-burning oven, and have the perfect puffy charred crust you hope for in a Neapolitan pie. The decor in the new space feels modern and a little obvious, with white walls and a bright yellow Vespa dangling over the bar, but the pizza tastes like classic Italian.
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