Best Pizza restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pizza food in Marina di Pietrasanta. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pizza restaurants near you.. Pietrasanta is a town and comune on the coast of northern Tuscany in Italy, in the province of Lucca. Pietrasanta is part of Versilia, on the last foothills of the Apuan Alps, about 32 kilometres (20 mi) north of Pisa. The town is located 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) off the coast (where the frazione of Marina di Pietrasanta is located).
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4 based on 184 reviews
This is one of the better pizzerias in Pietrasanta. We ate the most delicious focaccia topped with prosciutto crudo and formaggio. Don't pass up their salads, as they are better than the usual mixed salads in Italy. Would definitely return here. Make sure to sit outside and people watch, but make a reservation from May to October.
3 based on 263 reviews
We ate here twice and thought the food was tasty and fresh. Pizzas look really good. Reasonably priced. Efficient service.
4 based on 287 reviews
Ristorante Pizzeria accogliente e familiare. A pochi passi dal duomo di Pietrasanta. Dove si puÃ² gustare piatti della tradizione e non solo. Proiettati verso una cucina di pesce, ma si puÃ² trovare anche menu di terra, Pizza ,vegetariano e vegano su prenot
We loved this place! Service was good and the food was tip-top! We were happily surprised by the really fancy food preperation and had a very nice evening. Also the neighbouring pizza 55 is like a brother to the restaurant and serves really nice pizza. Both are worth a good visit.
4 based on 1089 reviews
We had booked 1 week in advance to be seated on the rooftop terrazza. Staying inside with the heat off the large wood fired oven is impossible. The pizza was good and service fast and polite. But given the location and reputation of this restaurant is was incredibly good value.
4 based on 265 reviews
Visited this restaurant twice whilst in the resort and both times chose a spack and gorgonzola pizza. I received a 12inch pizza covered with six rashers of spack with plenty of gorgozola underneath, extremely tasty for only 7 euros. Excellent value. I also enjoyed a small carafe of Italian sparking wine for 4 euros, again good value.You could understand why the restaurant is frequented by the locals.
4 based on 522 reviews
Last day of holiday wanted something close to our hotel.The place looked nothing special from the street, situated on main road. No menu on display. (Donât judge a book by its cover as they say).What happened next waitress very insistent we take a table, tried saying we only wanted to look at the menu first. Found ourselves forced in and placed at a table. Tried to look at menu, another diner had finished with, but he was not going to give it up, and waitress still insistent we were staying.Place was full of Italian diners, we were the only English there and the waitress still could not understand why we would not just sit and order.Finally got to look at menu, due to the time, saw there was at least one thing I could eat, I am vegetarian, decided to stay (after all practically kidnapped).Food was absolutely gorgeous. English speaking waitress came across explained what was on the offerâs board. We decided to have the flatbread (like a foccaccia bread sandwich), salads and pizzas also looked good. You are served on paper, not a plate so might not be to everyoneâs liking. House wine was fine.Service was good, but when we went to order the dessert took a bit longer, so that let it down on the service, made up for it as the dessert was to die for when it arrived, good size portion of cheesecake.Would definitely eat there again, problem is it is a bit too far away, but would be a positive reason to go back to the area on holiday. Glad we were treat the way we were, if not we would of missed out a great place to eat. Now we know why the waitress could not understand our reluctance to simply take a seat and order. Italian diner told us it was popular and good and he was 100% right, yes the same one who would not give up the menu.Relaxed atmosphere, mixed age range, as partly outside seating, smoking which always spoils it.Cost of meal. Half a litre of house wine, small bottle of water and 2 flat breads cost 17.10 Euros. The deserts were another 5 euros each.To pay you go up to the counter, make sure you keep a note of what you have had. Very trusting. Had to let them know they had forgot to add the desserts onto our bill.Thank you to the waitress for being so insistent we stayed. Job well done!
4 based on 139 reviews
Good location in front of the beach, good quality of food (either on menu or daily suggestions) and service but it's not extremely cheap
4 based on 430 reviews
Large pizza which you can see being made in the area behind the counter.Many choices fairly quick service.Nothing to dislike.
4 based on 146 reviews
Not bad if you want a simple bite, but 4-4,5 euros for a filled focaccia is a little overpriced, even for the versilia. Similarly, you get small bottle water and plastic glasses...can we challenge the use and throw practice that ruin our seas? Service is kind and fast, although it feels like an underpaid summer job or some thing..
4 based on 415 reviews
It is really the best place to have classic, italian pizza. There are plenty of different tastes to try. Pizza is really delicious, staff is welcoming and helpful. Great atmosphere. I visited this place twice during 8 day stay in Marina di Pietrasanta and both visits were great. Place gets crowdy in the weekends, so remember to book a table!
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