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La Guitarrita

Famous pizzeria with around 70 varieties of pizza!

In 1963, Jorge Grillo was working in a well-know pizzeria called El Acordeón, in Villa Ortúzar, when two footballers of the time, René Pontoni and Mario Boyé, decided to invest in a pizzeria. They hired Grillo, who, with his great experience, was able to define the style of the new place, and La Guitarrita was born, offering stonebaked pizza cooked in the woodfired oven. With around 70 varieties available, it's one of the pizzerias with the widest choice in toppings.

Inauguration: 1963
Speciality: traditional stonebaked pizza in the woodfired oven


CUBA 3300


Boasting a menu with no less than 31 varieties of pizza.

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