Stanziato Wood Fired Pizza
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Ratings: 8 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by DrinkSlurm:
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3.64/5 rDev -17.8%
We are new to the area and decided to try the place after reading several positive reviews on Yelp.
Atmosphere: It has a fun hip atmosphere but can get pretty loud between the music and acoustics of the place.
Food: I enjoy a well done pizza, but with that being said. The pizza was a little too chard to really enjoy all of the crust. However the toping and sauce were all first rate. I have been told that there wood fired wings are exceptional and will give them a try on my next visit.
Beer: They particularly shine in the draft department as most establishments in this area only carry the bland draft basics. I believe they had a total of 8 local and regional draft selections of good quality. During my visit I had the Six Points Resin. It was presented to me in a snifter which is the proper glassware for such a big beer.
Overall: I would visit them again, but I am more interested in imbibing in the draft selections than having their food. That being said I want this place to succeed as this area and CT in general needs more beer centric establishments.
09-06-2013 20:28:00 | More by Shoney_35
4.23/5 rDev -4.5%
Third trip here over a few months and contiuned to be impressed.
Pizza: good traditional crust with a mix of traditional and non-traditional offerings. All in the 12" personal variety. They highlight local and fresh produce and products. A welcome addition to the area. Prices are all over the map from about $12 a pie upto $18 which I find pricey for a 12" pie.
Other food: great salad and appetizer options.
Beer: well maintained and thoughtful bottle list. 4 taps. This time Evil Twin Ron and the Beast Ryan, Founders Red Rye PA, Smuttynose Old Brown Dog and Captain Lawrence Sunblock. Last time about 2 weeks ago they had Two Roads Igor's Dream and Maine Peeper.
Summary fresh local ingredients to make a solid pizza. Very good beer selection. Great atmosphere. Kid freindly earlier in the night. Slightly on the pricey side but you are paying for quality.
05-04-2013 23:15:16 | More by AaronF
4.15/5 rDev -6.3%
Stopped here on a whim after seeing the other review on beerfly. Really cozy and relaxed atmosphere. Oven to the left when you walk in and a small bar to the right. They had Gandi Bot, Breckenridge IPA, Two Roads Igor's Revenge, and Rogue Hazelnut on tap. Their bottle list was great and written out on a nice bar menu. 20 minute wait was 10 minutes.
The menu is decently sized with appetizers, a few pasta options, and pre-made pizza options. They use stone ground while wheat from Naples and as many local ingredients as they can. Everything is done from scratch and the pizzas were prepared quickly. I went wih sweet Italian sausage, red onions, basil, and mozerella on a red pizza. The crust was soft, a touch doughy, and had a great crunch in spots.
I paired it with a fresh Gandhi Bot - two weeks old.
Price was 13 for the pizza.
Service was excellent.
This is a great spot for a tasty 12in pie, some apps, a beer, or a dessert. My wife and I enjoyed it!
04-28-2013 01:20:51 | More by Sam21
4.94/5 rDev +11.5%
I have been coming to Stanziato's for a couple years now and it has easily become my favorite place in Danbury. The food, the atmosphere and most importantly, the beer, is spot on. I have become close with the owner and it's hard to walk in there and not get into a long conversation with him about beer. He's very passionate about his restaurant and about cooking and as long as that remains, there's no doubt that Stanziato's will continue to succeed. I strongly suggest stopping by if you are ever in the Danbury area or over the border in NY, it's about 15 minutes away. I can promise you it too will become one of your favorite places to visit.
01-12-2013 06:04:51 | More by Adlar2789
Stanziato Wood Fired Pizza in Danbury, CT
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.