S. Egidio: Worth it

s. EgidioDo you remember those curious signs with quotes like “Life is a combination of magic and prosciutto” in¬†the boarded-up space on Broad Street? They were funny and strange and definitely peaked my interest about what was happening behind the wooden planks. Well, the wondering is over.¬†Ridgewood’s newest restaurant S.Egidio, with its wood-fired pizza oven – imported directly from Naples – and a wonderfully warm and friendly atmosphere, might be my family’s new favorite spot. We stopped in last night to sample the excellent salumi, plus a cheese board, an arugula salad and several 12-inch pizzas. Everything was delicious. Simple, authentic flavors and high-quality ingredients all served in a rustic-chic setting. The pizzas are Neapolitan-style, with great mozzarella and amazing, crisp-tender crust. Oh so good. We’ll be back.

S. Egidio

17 North Broad Street, Ridgewood

open for dinner only, lunch service to begin soon

I had to quickly snap a picture before all the pizza was gone.

I had to quickly snap a picture before all the pizza was gone.

 

 

 

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Author: Jennifer Hamlet

Jennifer is the curator for Ridgewood and would love any feedback or suggestions you may have.

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