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Pazzo in Stratford

thought_for_food Dec 8, 2008 12:31 PM

My spouse and I will be heading to Stratford in a couple of weeks for a concert and a stay at a very nice looking inn. Based on recommendations from this board, we are planning on going to Pazzo for dinner after the concert. I was going to ask whether the ristorante or the pizzaria was a better destination, but now I notice that the ristorante is closed for the season. So, does anyone have any recommendations for vegetarian options at the Pazzo pizzaria?


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    rsvp7777 RE: thought_for_food Dec 8, 2008 03:58 PM

    Their pizza is great and you can customize it to your taste using any ingredients. They also have some vegetarian pasta options.
    It will be very cizy down there on a winter night!

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      likescrab RE: thought_for_food Dec 9, 2008 05:59 AM

      Yup, the pizzeria is great. But really, the only place to eat is the prune or rundles. The chef school has a dinner club with meals nightly at the prune, and the price is usually good. I can vouch for the food, it will be fab.

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        Beef Pattie RE: likescrab Dec 9, 2008 09:50 AM

        Chef school dinners are great if you can get a seat - they book up fast though! Also they only run Mon-Thurs nights.

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          thought_for_food RE: Beef Pattie Dec 9, 2008 10:24 AM

          And, though it's hard to tell from their website, I think they're closed in the winter.

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            likescrab RE: thought_for_food Dec 9, 2008 01:40 PM

            yes the rests are closed but the dinner club runs throughout the winter and used to include a lunch on, I think, friday afternoon. great bargain.

      2. BokChoi RE: thought_for_food Dec 10, 2008 12:51 AM

        If you do not like any of their signature pizza topping combinations, they have the option of creating your own pizza (like rsvp7777 said). That should allow you to get exactly what you desire on your pie. I enjoyed their crust immensely. It was light and cracker-like in texture.

        Here is a recent thread:


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