Caserta's is a Rhode Island tradition; returning natives head for one of their pizzas like homing pigeons. Order a medium pizza and you get what most ... More
Caserta's is a Rhode Island tradition; returning natives head for one of their pizzas like homing pigeons. Order a medium pizza and you get what most would call a large one, and the rich, thick sauce is unique. When you get a pizza with everything on it they don't skimp; items from olives to anchovies are thickly spread all over the pizza. This little place perched on Federal Hill just above downtown Providence, is a casual eat-in restaurant but most people order their pizza and pick it up. Cash only.
I don't belive that Caserta's, located in Federal Hill (Where I grew up and is the Little Italy of RI) was not listed in the Top Ten coast to coast!! 30th is an insult to this great establishment! Since I moved south, I realize that Caserta's(Outside of family) is what I miss the most in RI!!!!!!!!!!!
Pizza is very saucy, so if that's not what you like then don't bother. But I LOVE it...and the wimpy skippy is fabulous. Not much of a variety of toppings either but it doesn't matter, you don't need them. I like mine with just sauce and it's still my favorite just that way.
I was there once in 2004 while visiting Providence College- delicious pizza. Then on January 5, 2007 I went there again while going to visit PC, and yet again the best pizza. I've had NYC pizzas, New Haven pizzas, they are good but Casertas stands out. I can't wait for my next trip to Providence.
I've been going to Caserta's for 30 years and it's been the same pizza for 30 years, excellent. You always want to feel like your getting good food and once you have their pizza, you will never forget it. I love the Pigs in a Blanket and Wimpy Skippy, when I'm not in the mood for pizza, which is not that often. The pizza is a different style than you will find at most pizza parlors and that is one of the treats. Has a good crust, the sauce is out of this world and the service is very good. They must be doing something right, there are many employees there that have been there for as long as I can remember. If you really want a treat, stop here and then walk down the street to the little coffee and pastry shoppe Pastiche. Another top notch place to go when you just want to get out of the house, Waterfire, or just to have a nice treat to top off an evening.
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