263 Belmont St. Belmont; (617) 489-1361
Unrelated to a place of the same name in Harvard Square, this small, cute eatery is beloved among Belmontians for the wondrous aromas which emanate from its wood-burning brick oven. Freshly tossed pizzas come in an endless variety of sizes and configurations, but they all share one ingredient that thin, crunchy crust. Pies start from just $1.95 for an individual-size basic, pretty much an appetizer; but, topped with things like chicken and pesto, spinach and ricotta cheese, or artichoke hearts, even these can be filling for under $5. Or, step up to medium and large sizes, none of which tops $10.95.
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Over a dozen kinds of fresh-baked calzones are $4.95 across the board (ever had a tuna melt calzone? Hmmm…). Homemade fettucine Alfredo, mixed with chicken and broccoli, is a hearty helping for a lean $6.95, and all pasta dishes are served with hot garlic bread. Plus homemade soups, salads, subs, and the like, to eat-in or to go. All in a cozy storefront that does its best to resemble a Florentine cafe, with the traditional red-checked tablecloths. There aren’t nearly enough of those tables, though; Fiorella can pack cm in at peak times. It’s worth a wait Open six days a week from 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. and closed on Sundays.
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