Five years ago, when Sal Polito, the chef and an owner of Bella Via, stood admiring the view of the Manhattan skyline from the street outside his ... More
Five years ago, when Sal Polito, the chef and an owner of Bella Via, stood admiring the view of the Manhattan skyline from the street outside his brand new Long Island City restaurant. Suddenly, he had the perfect name for his new venture: Bella Via, or "beautiful way." Life's been beautiful ever since at this family-run restaurant ac" sister-in-law Vicki and her son, "Little Sal," 23, are always on hand. They toss some thin-crusted beauties that hold some of the best and most imaginative toppings around. "We use the real San Marzano tomatoes," says Polito, expertly slicing up one of his pies for a diner to sample. "This makes a big difference in the color and flavor of our sauce
Fantastic pizza. I had the Quattro Formaggi with onions and it was delicious. Everybody in our party said that the food was great.
The wait staff was quick and friendly. We didn t wait for our food very long at all. Prices are very reasonable.
I highly recommend this place.
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