Last week, I finally went and checked out nebo, a restaurant/enoteca a couple of blocks from work. I’ve been meaning to check this place out for over a year; when I found out there was a restaurant two blocks away that served gluten-free pizza and pasta, and really great wine, I was super excited.

I wasn’t disappointed by the visit, either. A friend and I split a gluten-free pizza with artichokes and mozzarella, mussels in a spicy tomato sauce, a lovely Montepulciano, and some vanilla bean ice cream with espresso for dessert. The pizza crust was tasty; it had a lighter texture than most I’ve tried, and the toppings were delightful.

The best part of the night, though, wasn’t the food. It was the moment I walked in the door and the hostess (possibly the owner?) asked, “Would you like the gluten-free menu or the regular menu?” Like music to my ears.

About LynnaeEtta

I'm an Usborne Books & More Independent Consultant who loves reading, exploring nature and the city with my kids, cooking, photography, and spending time with family and friends.


  1. nijah06

    Hey Lynnae I like your post ,maybe we could make pizza sometime.

  2. Barb

    I’ve noticed this place and wondered about it. Thanks for the review.

  3. Hey Nicole & Barb, sorry I was so slow to respond! Doing too many things at once last week. I’d love to make pizza sometime, Nicole! I have a great recipe for dough from scratch. And, you’re welcome, Barb! It was such a positive experience, I had to write about it. đŸ™‚

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