“Located in Philadelphia's art district”
Located in Philadelphia's Art Museum District, the 30-seat restaurant offers a simple menu of wood-fired pizzas, calzones and salad in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Signature dishes include traditional Neapolitan style pizzas like the classic Margherita with basil, mozzarella, tomato; and Marinara with oregano, crushed San Marzano, garlic and olive oil; as well as more inventive options such as the Crudo with black pepper pecorino and prosciutto crudo; and the Tonno with Sicilian tuna, onion, mozzarella, tomato sauce and peperoncino. In addition to the thin-crust selection, Pizzeria Vetri serves up a seasonal, rectangle "pizza of the day,” and Rotolo, pizza dough rosettes with mortadella, ricotta and pistachio pesto. To pair with the pizza, guests can choose from a selection of three rotating beers on tap and a wide variety of both domestic and international canned and bottled brews. Red and white wine are also available on tap, in addition to a selection of bottled cocktails including favorites like the Americano, Sloe Gin Fizz Italiano, and a barrel-aged 'Brooklyn'.
Marc Vetri may be most famous for fine dining, but that doesn't mean the chef doesn't know his way around the pizza oven. The blistered, tomato-topped rounds are among the best pizzas in Philly, but it's the rotolo--mortadella and ricotta rolled in pizza dough, baked like a sticky bun, and topped with pistachio pesto--that's the showstopper here.
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- Sun - Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
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