Modern pizza was born in 1889, when Raffaele Esposito, a Napoli pizzaolo, made a special pizza in honor of the visiting Queen Margherita. It featured the colors of the new Italian flag–red, white, and green–using mozzarella, tomato, and basil. There is nothing simpler than this combination, and nothing to hide behind. All pizzerias can be judged by this simple pizza. Come try ours.
Simple, elegant, textured, and unique–the Sophia is the culmination of our total approach to pizza. Its balanced contradictions–creamy yet savory, mellow yet crisp, vegetarian yet filling–make this a pizza you won’t forget.
(The Sophia: spinach, kale, fior di latte and light goat cheese, garlic, salt, olive oil)
This is what we used to eat after work. It’s so good, we’ve decided to share.
Featuring perfectly al dente pasta covered with our marinara sauce, handfuls of arugula, and parmiagano reggiano flakes, this dish is as bold and balanced as our pizza. If you want a beefier flavor, add our meatballs.
After weeks of after-hours experimentation, our latest pizza is ready to make your acquaintance. The flavor is fresh and subtle, roasted yet savory–it’s a rugged, carefully-balanced pizza experience.
The Sundance, featuring roasted yellow and red peppers, fior di latte, red onion, garlic, oregano, chili flakes, Mediterranean olives, arugula, and olive oil.
At Pizzeria Bianco Rosso, we aim for quality and classic simplicity.
Fresh herbs, hand-crushed tomatoes, imported Italian meats, and local vegetables are thrown on top of our delicate, crusty-yet-chewy dough, and baked to perfection in our deck oven.
Taste what pizza was meant to be like. Give us a call.