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A true neighborhood pizzeria, two steps from Piazza Bologna. It is for the lovers of the Neapolitan type: a thin base with a well-cooked, unimportant crust. The oven is wood-fired, and the atmosphere is rustic and popular, almost folk. There are Pulcinellas strewn everywhere and there is a service table with casatielli, fried pasta and other Neapolitan specialties.
It has an unpretentious dining area and furnishings, and the Carroccio also has a kitchen. Therefore, its regulars are mostly students and families. There is a young and courteous service which is almost as fast as in Naples. On the menu are the classic pizzas, decent fried offerings, and a traditional calzone that is truly well made.