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Happy Hour @ Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

After an intense week of schooling, I've been going to Settebello for Happy Hour.  I feel like I deserve to eat a delizioso pizza, appetizer, and dessert for all the studying I've been doing!

For now, this will be the closest for me to eating an Italian pizza - A Margherita Pizza with crushed tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, parmigiano reggiano, extra virgin olive oil, and mushroom (our choice of topping).  Eating this pizza cannot be compared to a chain pizza place, never!

Appetizers off the happy hour menu are currently $5.  I don't remember what this dish was but I know it mainly was prosciutto drizzled with extra virgin olive oil.  I rarely eat this kind of meat so I was excited to see this on the menu!

This is their housemade vanilla bean sweet cream, Panna Cotta, topped with a strawberry and a drizzle of balsamic.  I was curious of how the balsamic would blend with this dessert.  It went really well, the balsamic gave a slight kick to my mouth and dumbed down a little of the cream's sweetness.
Regular menu
Dessert menu

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