I recently made a quick trip to Houston, TX to visit some friends and a new pizza place had popped up in my old neighborhood! It’s called Pizaro’s, a family-owned restaurant that began in the Memorial area and has now expanded to Montrose. They make fresh dough in-house and bake their pizza pies in a brick oven. It’s BYOB so be sure to take advantage of that if you like to enjoy your pizza with friends and an ice cold beer or glass of wine!
Fresh dough, made in-house.
Pizza Makers ready to go!
Fumé. Olive oil. Garlic. Smoked Mozzarella. Basil. Smoked Prosciutto.
Patata e Funghi. Sausage. Mushroom. Truffle Oil. Mozzarella. Rosemary. Garlic.
Arugula Pizza with Iberico Ham (the most expensive ham in the world!). Note: There is an upcharge for Iberico Ham for $11.
The pizzas came out very quickly! Service was great and even though it was counter service, someone would come by occasionally to check on us. The pizzas were quite good. The crust was thin and doughy. I do wish there was a bit more of a chewiness to the dough, but I still enjoyed it. The space is very family friendly and great for large groups as well. Looking for Napoletana pizza in the Houston area? Pizaro’s is the home of napoletana pizza in Houston! The customer service was exceptional and really made our large group feel welcome!
Rating: 4/5 spoons