Pizza anyone?


#1

First look at the new pizza joint:


#2

Boy I’m hoping this is authentic pizza! Not the stuff they serve elsewhere in the parks. I’m amazed that it’s taken this long to open a pizza spot in Italy. If it’s the real thing, it’s going to be hugely popular. They better add some more tables and chairs to the piazza.


#3

Wow this does look impressive and I too hope its real authentic Italian pizza. Although I dont mind WDW pizza but I know I’m pretty much on my own with that.


#4

Read that the water used for the dough will be imported in from somewhere in the mid-west US that’s “supposed” to be as authentic as that in Naples, so I guess we’ll see. We have a place called Johnny’s Pizza here in LA that imo no other national chain can compare to. Not “authentic”, but works for me:biggrin:


#5

You took the words out of my mouth. The other pizza all over WDW is just average or below at some places. I want REAL pizza.:laugh:


#6

I just saw this on FB! I reallllllyyyy hope it’s good pizza. Not some frozen cardboard thing :pinch:. I also hope this will be a QS option. Won’t that be great!
It looks so pretty, I can’t wait!


#7

Yeah! I want some good pizza!!! :laugh:


#8

X2…
my kids will love it…:laugh:


#9

IF they were interested in true authenticity, that pizza place would be in the new Brooklyn pavilion.:closedeye
They could probably even call it “Godfather’s Pizza”.


#10

YAY!!! Authentic Italian pizza…now if the rest of the world would just understand what that really is, it is not like what most Americans are familiar with. I can’t wait!


#11

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1026340]IF they were interested in true authenticity, that pizza place would be in the new Brooklyn pavilion.:closedeye
They could probably even call it “Godfather’s Pizza”.[/QUOTE]

You may have something there…They could still call it that you know…some of the Godfather takes place in Italy…


#12

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1026340]IF they were interested in true authenticity, that pizza place would be in the new Brooklyn pavilion.:closedeye
They could probably even call it “Godfather’s Pizza”.[/QUOTE]

Eww no, not Godfathers. That place reminds me so much of Little Ceasers. Tomato paste and basil mixed together and spread on bread with a few strands of cheese on top:laugh:


#13

OHH It looks so nice:happy: I can’t wait to try this pizza


#14

Oops, wrong movie. Henry Hill was from Brooklyn so it would be either Goodfellas’ or Wiseguys’.
Godfather’s, like Little Caesar’s used to be better, “once upon a time”.

While we’re talking about importing water, they should bring in either NYC or North Jersey water to make proper dough.


#15

OOoooo can’t wait to have a slice or two! YUM!


#16

I can’t wait to see what this is like. We never eat pizza at WDW, it’s just not something they have done well up to this point.


#17

Thats awesome!!! My family and I have been saying for YEARS that Italy needs a quick service! I’m excited!