According to a news report from the Sacramento Bee, “if you’re the least bit into food, surely you’ve noticed the explosion of pizza in California’s capital. Really good pizza.”
“A city once considered pizza poor is now pizza rich. Old stalwarts such as Zelda’s, Paragary’s and Luigi’s, along with exciting newcomers like Hot Italian, Masullo, OneSpeed and several others, have combined to blanket the Sacramento area. Spataro, better known for fine dining overlooking Capitol Park, may have the contender for best pizza around, though many are unaware the restaurant even serves premium pizza – baked in a wood-burning oven, no less. Throw in Pizza Antica in Roseville, Pizza Bell in Elk Grove,Sacramento and any number of other favorite spots, and you have a culinary landscape that has changed considerably thanks to a seemingly simple dish that inspires deep passions among pizza aficionados. And there’s more to come. Dominick’s Italian Market & Deli in Granite Bay is opening a pizza place in Folsom. The Supper Club, the restaurant known for $85 fixed-price gourmet cuisine, is planning a pizzeria in Carmichael. Whether you like it thin, thick, Neapolitan, Californian, New York
Selland’s Market-Cafe in east or Chicago-style, round or square, loaded or minimalist, whole pie or by the slice, whether it’s from a chain or a mom-and-pop shop, there’s something for everyone, and much of it is top-notch,” the story said.