We went here for my birthday and we were very happy with the food and ambiance. The pizzas were so light and crispy while still being flavourful. I highly recommend to anyone wanted to eat extremely tasty Italian food.
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I am not and will not make it sound like sour grapes. I will only say this. I was born and raised in Italy. I can testify with a high degree of certainty, this establishment wouldn't last in the Old Country more than a month....More
We split the Calzone, Margarita pizza, and the Italian sausage pizza.. Calzone was really rich and creamy. Very good. Margarita was so so, we added prosciutto. I prefer the basil leaves chopped and spread among the pizza over whole leaves. Italian Sausage pizza like the...More
While I think the pizzas are only adverage, or a little above, the sides like the baby artichokes ($7) and the shaved brussels ($6) are very good, if a bit expensive for relatively small portions. A pizza and the two sides mentioned will run about...More
For our monthly dinner club (16 folks) we chose Dolce Vita, and we a had a great time and wonderful dinner. This restaurant layout is unconventional, and it resembles a trattoria in Italy. Two levels and many tables in cornery floorpan. We had a separate...More
We enjoyed dinner here with a group of 6 on the way to a show at the Hobby Center. We shared 2 pizzas, 2 pastas, and a couple of the vegetables. The food was all wonderful! There was plenty to share, and every dish was...More
Three of us had had a very enjoyable dinner at Dolce Vita Pizzeria Enoteca on Saturday evening. Our primary interest was for their brick oven pizza, which I rate as one of the best in the Houston area - tied with North Italia, and just...More