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.
Again, on our most recent visit at the end of September, the food is consistently so good! The main problem if not the ONLY problem I have is the now $13... More
I am surprised that this establishment doesn't have 5/5 stars. Dinner was quite delicious and service was on point. My mother does not eat garlic or cheese... More
Simply not good. This place missed the mark across several dishes. Instead of naming each one, I will focus on the most relevant to a pizzeria- the pizza.... More