Del Popolo

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Del Popolo has come a long way. In 2012, it served Neapolitan-inspired pizza from a mobile shipping container on a Freightliner truck, while in 2015 it transformed into a stylish but casual brick-and-mortar restaurant with minimalist wooden tables and fantastic atmosphere. What didn’t change? The pizza, which has remained as delicious as ever but now comes with an array of accompanying Italian dishes along with the option to sit down with a glass wine. Plus, you can also get carry-out on Fridays and Saturdays.

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