Many pictures of the surrealist painter Frida Khalo grace the walls of this modern pizzeria. Interestingly, their menu is divided into different types of pizza: classiche, a traditionally thin and crispy style crust; dalle cornici ripiene ("framework"), a slightly thicker, square-shaped pizza with filling in its crust; bufaline, a selection of pizzas dedicated to using fresh buffalo mozzarella; and vulcanotti, a pizza with soft, thick crust. There is a wide variety of flavors to choose from, like the Atomica, Viva La Vida, Pachino, and the Krakatoa. The friendly staff will be happy to help you with your menu choices, including with their list of local wines and beers. Be sure to arrive early for dinner, because it's a popular place with the locals.
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