Taking over the old Settebello space in a shopping center on Maxella Ave. (it’s the two-story one with the Yard House... we know it can get confusing), Terzo is a coastal Mediterranean spot that’s still sort of adrift. Their pastas are pretty bland and the pizzas tend to be limp and doughy - which is weird, considering they kept Settebello’s wood-fired pizza oven - but the taplist, filled with beers from local spots like Indie Brewing and Frogtown, and smaller plates like crispy, ricotta-stuffed Castelvetrano olives are reason enough to come in to catch a game, or share a few dishes with friends.
Terzo MDR is permanently closed.
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