Too big for their britches!.
I recently visited Naples Pizza for lunch on a one hour break from a business meeting at the Farmington Inn across the street. I had a panini which was great. My lunch partner had a chicken parm. grinder that he said wasn't anything to write home about really. We both enjoyed the fries, which were cooked to a nice cripsy brown instead of the floppy yellow you get used to from most other places that are in such a hurry to get you fed and out the door.
Naples could definitely use a larger dining area!
Pros: Good food, reasonable price, friendly staff, comfortable seating, directly next to a Starbucks
Cons: Parking leaves alot to be desired, size.
Very good pizza, and nice addition to the area.. With the exception of the parking lot which leaves much to be desired, The time we ordered pizza from here we were quite happy with the pizza, and salad. I'd recommend take-out.
Farmington's only similarity with NYC. I ate a this restaurant the first day it opened in 1995 and I knew it would be a Farmington institution. The thin pizza was reminscent of days spent in New York and offered a superior alternative to the pizza scene that was already established in the area. Although the staff sometimes underestimates how long until you have to pick it up, it is well worth the wait. By far, the best pizza in Farmington, and one of the best in the area.
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