New permanent location for la morra on 3rd near the farmers market @TheCookie
This was my first time having la morra fresh (tried it once frozen and it was really good), and this was excellent. the crust had the slightess crisp with no soupy center or flaccidness. it was super flavorful and added bonus, each pie comes with a container of pureed roasted garlic to turn your cornicione into a even more delicious garlic stick. thanks for the rec @NYCtoLA, @moonboy403.
margherita - tomato, mozzarella di bufala, basil, olive oil + sausage + garlic
I also tried the @lapizzamaven (aka margherita add sausage) and it was also outstanding. this may be my new favorite neo-neapolitan pizzeria.
Inspired by this thread (thanks @PorkyBelly), picked up some La Morra for dinner tonight (and judging by my IG I wasn’t the only one). It’s been too long since I first had their pizza from the Tabula Rasa pop-up days, but this really is one of the best pizzas in town right now.
I’m sorry but la morra isn’t that good. I went again last night…and had the same opinion as I did during their pop ups. It’s decent but not the best. and having cento pizzeria just the weekend before, cento is soooo much tastier and much cheaper/better QPR.
Anyone singing the praises of la morra go to cento and tell me they aren’t doing superior pies for better QPR