Brick Oven Pizza from Bono Trattoria Draws in the Locals

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Having just opened on July 24th at the corner of 151st and Broadway, Bono Trattoria already has a sound following. With swanky decor visible through its large glass windows and brick oven pizza celebrated on the sign, excitement built over this Italian establishment before opening day.

A room mate and myself decided to check it out on a whim this past Friday. After attempting to decide among the pizzas, I went with my gut feeling and ordered the strangozzi, shrimp with linguini, zucchini, and garlic. The added Parmesan was my own requested touch.

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My companion ordered the Parma pizza, topped with prosciutto and baby arugula.

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The portions were satisfyingly manageable and the prices easily affordable (about $13 per entree). Naturally, we had to give the dessert menu a try. Both the tiramisu and the apricot peach tart piqued my interest but at the waitress’s helpful tip that they offered the tiramisu everyday, I ordered the tart. Sliced as if a piece of pie paired with a delicious vanilla gelato, it was neither too sweet nor lacking flavor. The fruit was charred with lines from the grill and complimented with a raspberry drizzle in a whimsical swirl.

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The pizza menu alone warrants many return visits with a Monday to Friday happy hour being an added bonus.

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