Hours: Lunch, Dinner: seven days
"Chef-driven" chain offering quick, tasty pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, and salads in a stylish space.
For a quick lunch or dinner, you could do a lot worse than Go Roma Italian Kitchen, a "chef-driven" chain offering pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and salads that recently opened its first city location. Pizza with a crispy, thin crust, the focus of the menu, comes by the half or full plank; you can design your own or order classics like the margherita or plain pepperoni as well as trendier toppings like sun-dried tomato and goat cheese. The garlic cream sauce in country-style rigatoni could have been a little thicker, but other ingredientsItalian sausage, red peppers, and mushroomscame in just the right proportions. A touch of sharply flavored pesto added extra depth to tomato-basil soup. Its the attention to detail that makes Go Roma better than your average fast-food dining experience: a dedication to fresh, healthy ingredients (the menu promises "no trans fats"); speedy, friendly service; and a stylish interior that owes more to the design firms of Milan than the pizza parlors of Sicily.
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