This place is a gem. The pizza is needless to say, amazing, but its also innovative. Fennel Pizza? how about Potato pizza? Not only are the toppings unique and delicious at Urbano Pizza Bar, but the dough had just the right balance of chewiness, density and moistness.
so this is what we ordered:
“pulled to order” fresh Mozzarella
Salumi- A selection of charcuterie
Potato Pizza – Weiser farms fingerling potatoes, brussels sprouts, roasted garlic, smoked bacon and parmesan cheese sauce.
The Salumi and the fresh Mozzarella arrived first. The Mozzarella was soft, and did not have a gummy texture which many of the house-made Mozzarellas that I have tried are susceptible to. The charcuterie was interesting as it had tinctures of olive and roasted garlic oil, 4 kinds of high quality cured local & Italian meats, bread, grissini sticks, olives, salted almonds and really good crumbled parmesan. The prosciutto was appropriately dry and paper thin. There was also a ham that I secretly adore, Mortadella, which was rich with hints of pistachio. Then came the bresola, which was like the prosciutto, dry and flavorful. The last meat was really thinly shaved pancetta, however his was my least favorite as it was a little too rich to have it uncooked. The chefs at Urbano Pizza Bar garnished the dish with a stem of local raisins which were divine.
Seriously feeling full, the pizza arrived. The first bite was rich, with the parmesan cream sauce and the smokey bacon dominating my tastebuds. The garlic and the weiser farms fingerlings gave each bite a nice finish, and I ended up having more than one slice. Actually, between the 2 of us we finished everything. Absolutely delicious.
Absolutely Everything! – Prices at Urbano were amazing and so was the quality and service.