The collaboration between three notable figures in the culinary world – Mario Batalli, Joe Bastianich, and Los Angeles bread maven Nancy Silverton – sits alone on a stretch of PCH surrounded by luxury car dealers. The trio opened the Newport Beach location following the success of Pizzeria Mozza in L.A. The décor is almost identical to its Southern California counterpart, as well as its legendary wood-burning pizzas, especially the Bianca ($19) topped with Fontina, Mozzarella and Sottocenere cheeses, and sage.
Pizzeria Mozza offers both indoor and outdoor private dining spaces for events of any size. Guests enjoy six courses of Mozza dishes served family-style, including a selection of antipasti, artisanal salumi, bruschetta, salad, and Mozza’s signature pizzas and famed desserts.
The initial star rating surprised me, but our team wanted to enjoy chef Nancy Silverton, especially after catching her episode in Chef's Table. - Sat on... More
It I could sum up Mozza in one sentence it told be: Expensive, but very good. Things to get: Meatballs Nancy's Chopped Salad Burrata Any pizza (especially... More
Huh. Ok, so they are SUPER expensive, which is ok if you get a stupid good quality or amount of food. The pizza was good, not great; not as good as North... More