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Originally opened in 2008, the once-tiny Monza pizzeria survived and thrived through the considerable, decade-long transformation of what is now Upper King Street. In late Oct. 2018, adjacent sister restaurant Closed for Business permanently called it a day. Restaurateurs Tim Mink and Brooks Reitz, the powerhouse duo behind Leon’s, Melfi’s, and Little Jack’s Tavern, spearheaded the overhaul. Where the original Monza was narrow and cozy, the latest edition feels spacious and modern. There are still holdovers like the antipasta platter and butterbean salad, plus newbies like the ricotta meatballs. (Dish, Winter 2020)

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Neapolitan style pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven and served in a stylishly casual setting.

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner (Daily)
Price: $$$

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