Piola

Pioneering Italian-style pizza.

When Piola opened in 1993, it was perhaps the first place to offer traditional Italian-style pizza in the city, and this couragious move by owners Dante and Stefano Carniato was rewarded. They brought their pizza model from Treviso, Italia, and pizza-crazy Buenos Aires lapped it up. The pizzas are thin and crispy, topped with traditional Italian ingredients and cooked in a wood-burning oven. There are sixty varieties to choose from! But leave space for a piece of tiramisú for dessert.

Inauguration: 1993

Speciality: Italian-style stone-baked pizza cooked in a wood-burning oven.

 

LIBERTAD 1078

4812 0690

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