Popular pizzeria for foreigners and locals alike. Swift, courteous service. There are open-air tables for dining during the summer months. The pizzas,... More
Popular pizzeria for foreigners and locals alike. Swift, courteous service. There are open-air tables for dining during the summer months. The pizzas, canapés, fried foods and bruschette (toast with various toppings) are all excellent. Pizzas are generally thin crusted and crunchy (per Roman tradition), and the numerous other fried foods are always a joy. There are also some first and second course dishes on the menu, that are typically Italian, like risotto and spaghetti. The desserts are home-made.
I love La Montecarlo. You will never feel like a stranger as Carlo (Il Capo), the owner greets you as if you were his long lost buddy. The service is great with friendly Italian handsome waiters whos desire is to please and delight you with one of the best pizzas in town. Order the Capricosa... If I could only take their formula for a pizzeria back to NY, I would be a rich women! PS- Make sure you say hi to Carlo!!!
montecarlo has excellent pizza (sausage and onion is excellent) and the pasta is amazing (highly suggest the penne aribiatta) dont be fooled into thinking its a tourist place b/c the menu is in different languages, its authentic italian food for a reasonable price, definatly eat here.