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November 29, 2005
If you love pizza, you can't beat Picasso's. But make reservations or expect a long wait (we waited an hour on a weekday evening). The food was worth the wait but only barely, and we knew that if we left we'd be facing the same in other restaurants. My recommendation for dining is Sedona is to plan ahead or get takeout.
The salads are a meal for two or three in themselves. Split them. We had four in our group and ordered Rick's Special Salad for $8, the Ultimate Pepperoni Pizza (lots of pepperoni and black olives ($17 for the largest)), and a wing platter as an appetizer ($8.50) which we really didn't need. By the time we were seated, we just over-ordered.
A very nice touch are the revolving pizza pedestal servers, which make grabbing a piece easier and create more table space. We managed to duck around and still talk. Talking isn't the easiest when the restaurant is full, but by the time we were done, the crowd had lessened and we had plenty of time to enjoy our dinner and relax. It's a chain, although a limited one, in Sedona, Tempe, and Scottsdale. See www.picazzos.com.
From journal Sedona, Arizona: Leave Everything Behind and Enjoy
August 25, 2004
From journal Sensational Sedona
July 7, 2004
This is not your typical chain pizza place. Puttanesca was fabulous with olive oil, garlic, mozzarella, tomatoes, kalamata olives, artichoke hearts and French feta cheese topped with fresh basil. So many choices, so little time. The salads were large enough to share and very good. Choose from Greek, Asian, Fresh Pear Gorgonzola, Caesar and more!
From journal Spring in Sedona