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Totally worth the wait.
Totally worth the wait.

A drunken stumble across the street from Cabo Cantina in Brentwood, sits Di Vita’s Pizzeria, a relatively unassuming pizza parlor.

After an evening of drinking at Cabo, I found myself across the street at this parlor peering through the window to see what it looked like. I saw a couple at a table and decided they looked pretty happy. As we walked in, the couple stood up and we realized they both worked there and we were the only patrons in the place.

We looked at the menu as one of my friends frantically tried to read about the place on his iPhone. Finding nothing online, we decided to stick it out and ordered a large pepperoni pizza. Then we waited. And waited. And waited. Perhaps it only took 10 minutes to get our pizza, but our drunken hunger got the best of us and it felt like hours.

Finally, our pizza arrived like manna from heaven. As you can see by the picture, I didn’t even have time to snap a picture before multiple pieces had been snagged from the pie. It had been a long time since I had tasted such good pizza. Perhaps it was the alcohol that made it so good, or that hunger is the best spice. Whatever the reason, this was some great pizza that I would highly recommend for anyone looking for something different.