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Scordato's Pizzeria

4280 N. Campbell Ave., Ste. 55 (St. Philip's Plaza) Send to Phone
520-529-2700 | Menu
The ovens are hot, and the pizzas are even hotter at this artisan pizzeria.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly

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Scordato's Pizzeria Restaurant Review

: In Tucson, the name Scordato means “tradition” and “quality.” And at this pizzeria, it also means “hip.” The artisan pizzas emerge from the ovens bubbly and with a fine char. Please don’t be turned off by the blackened crust resulting from its time in those hot, hot ovens. Indeed, the char just adds another layer of flavor. We recommend the margherita and pepperoni pizzas, but we wouldn’t turn down a pie with prosciutto, arugula and fresh tomato, or the version sporting shrimp, mozzarella and Pecorino. Beyond pizza, Scordato’s also has unique salads and small plates. Our go-to salad is the tangy Gorgonzola with sweet grapes and crunchy pine nuts. If you're looking to follow that with something light, try the eggplant Parmesan. The wine list is sophisticated for a pizza place, but we’d like to see a few more options by the glass. Top off the evening with the affogato float, which benefits from the addition of white chocolate gelato.


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