If you're looking for pizza, don't miss out on Milo & Olive, a neighborhood bakery and pizzeria that features wood-fired pizzas, salads with locally sourced ingredients, and all manner of bakery items, including rustic pastries and breads. Milo & Olive is a teeny tiny place, seating 8 at the bar and 16 more at two communal tables. The line is often long, but even the locals agree that the wait is worth it. Food & Wine Magazine agrees too, which is why they named Milo & Olive one of the best places in America for pizza. The high, rustic rafters and gray and white palette make the space feel open, as does the fact that the kitchen is completely open and right behind the bar so you can watch the chefs be chefs
*Expect a wait. This place does not accept reservations, yet they are very popular amongst the locals.
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