~~Ciao a tutti,
The time has come…
After nearly five years of offering true pizza Napoletana, Bivio will be firing up our oven for the last time and closing our doors on Saturday, November 7.
Bivio has been a wonderful journey for Jackie and me. Our vision of opening a small authentic pizzeria in June 2011 has exceeded all of our hopes and dreams.
It has been our pleasure to serve all of our guests with the best quality ingredients available to offer a true pizza Napoletana. We thank all of you, new and old friends and to our families for all your support and kind words which will always remain in our memories. We also want to thank all the wonderful food writers for all the articles and awards acknowledging Bivio as one of the best pizza Napoletana restaurants.
So the time has come…Jackie and I have reached a crossroad ( Bivio ) and decided to move on to the next chapter, another journey perhaps. This has been a bittersweet decision, much like a Napoletana espresso, bitter until tasting the sweetness of the unstirred sugar at the bottom of the demi tasse, like life - And so it goes…
Grazie mille e tante auguri !!
Tomasso , Jackie and the baby (our natural yeast culture)
Hosts: Jackie and Tomasso Colao
Daily Appetizer and Pizza Specials
Check in at our Bivio FaceBook page for daily specials.
Once again "New Jersey Monthly Magazine" has named Bivio Pizza Napoletana as one of the Critic's Choice in the "2015 Jersey Choice Restaurant Poll".
Take A Bite: Little Falls
BY Liz George | Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014 1:21pm | COMMENTS (0)
Montclair and Bloomfield are rich with great dining options, but Little Falls has some gems worth discovering, too.
Then there’s Bivio Pizza Napoletana (7-A Paterson Ave.) Worth the trip? You bet, but be warned: This pizza just might ruin you for all other pizza. Take a look at the raves on TripAdvisor (Orange Squirrel’s Francesco Palmieri is a fan).
What makes Bivio so special? An authentic wood burning oven from Italy and a passionate couple, owners Jackie and Tomasso Colao, who brought their love for Naples pizza and recreated it here. The menu is super simple but sings with bufala mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes. Daily specials (meatballs, homemade manicotti) and special pies (duck sausage, fig, spinach, garlic, pecorino) will make you want to return again and again.