When he travels in the U.S. “working the market” as they say in the wine biz, Paolo Cantele often remarks about how much great Neapolitan-style pizza there is in America today.
But it wasn’t always like that.
In fact, even just 10 years ago, there were only a handful of authentic-style Neapolitan pizzerias in the country (and three of those were in New York). Today nearly every major America city has at least one.
When it opened in San Antonio, Texas, there was nothing like Dough Pizzeria in the state: Doug and Lori horn became Neapolitan pizza pioneers when the first beginning turning out their super pizzas (we’ve had them and can attest to their deliciousness!).
We couldn’t be more proud that our Salice Salentino is being served there by-the-glass.
6989 Blanco Rd.
San Antonio TX 78216
Image via the Dough Pizzeria Facebook.