The second stop on Scott’s Pizza Tour is one that will live in my heart (and stomach) forever. Luzzo’s Ristorante Italiano is hands down, the best pizza I’ve ever had (and I’ve had a lot of pizza). The owner, Michele is from Naples, as is a large number of his staff, so they know what pizza is supposed to taste like. They use real buffalo mozzarella (for those of you who don’t know, this cheese actually comes from Asian water buffalo milk – believe it or not) which has a higher butter-fat content than cow’s milk mozzarella and it really makes the pizza light and buttery. One of the words used to describe this pizza was "creamy" and it was definitely that.
Luzzo’s is in a building that used to be a bakery and has a brick oven fired by wood. The whole pizzeria has a faint smell of campfire, but the pizza is other-worldly.
Josh and I actually ended up heading back to Luzzo’s right after we finished the Pizza Tour to order a small pizza. It was equally amazing the second time around. Although Luzzo’s has only been around for 5 years, Michele and his pizzaiolos have perfected the art of pizza in a town known for it’s pizza.