One of the best pizza in Chicago. Italian beers complete the meal in a perfect way!
My Italian family had a delicious meal after Sunday morning Mass. We have 8 adults and 5 children and the staff welcomed us and accommodated all of our needs. The restaurants was quiet and the food was delicious!! The bar was beautiful with views of the pizza ovens. I will definitely return! Perhaps to celebrate my birthday with friends or a date night with my love.
Great pizza and menu in general. The kids love their pizzas in the shape of bunnies. The outdoor garden is comfy and inviting. Service is very good. The worst I can say is that the interior decorating is a bit sparse.
Once you've had pizza in Naples Italy..... so hard to duplicate.
Don't get me wrong- the pizza was fairly tasty just not what my palate was hoping for
Very good Neapolitan pizza and an extensive menu of Italian food. Nice outdoor patio, definitely worth visit.
Delicious food and lovely service, we will be back!
We eat often at Da Nella and we have brought friends there with us who like it too. Da Nella has an extensive menu as well as the famous pizza. We live in the neighborhood and we often stop in for dinner after a movie at Facet's, for instance. The host is affable and the food is authentic. The patio is lovely in summer. What's not to love?
A fun, casual spot with fantastic outdoor dining in the adjacent courtyard. Service is a little uneven- they delivered the wrong pizza twice. However, the quality of the crust makes up for any frustration. It is slightly charred, bubbly, and yeasty. Salads are fresh and delicious. Drinks are great. The tartufo afogato is heavenly.
The white pizzas are creative, delicious, and reasonably priced. Negroni was perfect. Server was a sweetheart
The pizza is great. If you sit outside be prepared to have your ankles chewed by some kind of ankle biting bug.
Seems like a popular spot for families with small children, some extremely well behaved others an absolute nightmare with zero parental oversight or input on bad behaviour. Who gives toddlers a pizza cutting wheel to play with and then does nothing when the kids start fighting with it.