It's time for some cheap-eats don't'cha think?
Good ol' classic pizza.
Now, I know for most of you--and us--Nicolitalia's isn't exactly new on the block,
know what I mean?
Still, they're worth a mention.
|Breaded Ravioli (Small Order of 6): $3.99|
These breaded ravioli's were surprisingly good;
crunchy & seasoned on the outside, melty on the inside.
I kinda couldn't stop eating them...
|Zaco: chicken, mozzarella cheese, lettuce, tomato, ranch|
A Zaco is obviously like a pizza, with lettuce & tomato, placed in a pizza-like crust, folded over like a taco--like a pizza-taco-sandwich. It works.
|Melanzano dell'Orto: breaded eggplant, peppers, olives, margarita sauce|
We've always liked Nicolitalia's. When we lived in Provo, this was our go-to for Boston-style, take-out pizza. The old owner, Nick, was this fun guy straight outta Boston with family recipes in hand, but he recently sold the business. I'm confident that the new owners care deeply about keeping everything the same and quite possibly the place has a new charm that I can't quite put my finger on.
"The cannolis, a favorite Italian dessert at Nicolitalia Pizzeria, are made with a homemade blend of ricotta cream wrapped in a pastry shell imported from the Boston area. Nick’s dough and pizza sauces are all homemade; Every tasty dish that is served to his customers is freshly made to order." --Nicolitalia's Pizzeria
Nicolitalia Pizzeria has a lot of options. Check out their menu here. I would like to try one of their pasta dishes or that Chocolate Chip Dessert Pizza.