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Let’s Do Brunch this Weekend at Bella Via - The best pizza and Italian dining has recently gotten even better. On Saturdays and Sundays you can enjoy our delectable Long Island City brunch menu starting at 11 AM and running until 3 PM. Pancakes aren’t just pancakes at Bella …

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Experience The World of Cheese, Italian-Style - No matter what kind of food you prefer, one thing is a near-constant: sumptuous cheese. If you enjoy eating Italian food, you know that cheese is an integral part of nearly every dish, so it’s not to be overlooked. The …

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5 Reasons to Order Bella Via Coal-Fired Pizza this Summer - It’s summer, finally, and things are heating up – vacations on the beach, fun in the sun, and delicious pizza cooked to perfection by Bella Via. There are many reasons why pizza is a favored choice for young and old …

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What’s the Big Deal about Coal Fired Pizza Crust? - Among the multitude of pizzerias in Long Island City, a family owned, old fashioned restaurant in Queens stands alone. When it comes to an unmatched pizza crust and undeniably gourmet pizza toppings, Bella Via holds the title for best pizza in LIC, if not all of Queens. It all comes down to the coal fire, brick oven pizza crust that forms the base of each amazing Italian pie. While many pizzerias have shifted away from tradition, citing th...

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Ready to Order Long Island City Pizza? - If you work or live in the Long Island City area, pizza for lunch or dinner is probably on your radar at least once a week! If seeing the pizza delivery man at your door makes your heart swell with happiness and anticipation, then Bella Via is always the best choice. Basic Long Island City Favorites It’s simple and easy for pizza purists to get the best pizza in LIC delivered to your door. Ask for tried and true favorites and you’ll never be disappoi...

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Long Island City Pizza at Bella Via - Wondering why Long Island City pizza baked in a coal-fired brick oven tastes so much better than generic pizza? The secret is the super-high dry heat, in which the pizza is quickly baked to perfection. At Bella Via, pizza making starts with fresh dough prepared daily and tossed expertly into large, even rounds by our experienced pizza bakers. Our sauce, made from San Marzano tomatoes ripened to perfection, is a handed-down tradition, refined by years of...

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Why you should try our Long Island City Pizza in 2016 - Forget the endless debate of New York vs Chicago, or thickness of a pizza’s crust. What counts when it comes to a proper pizza is that coal-fired brick oven taste, and at Bella Via you get the best, most authentic Long Island City pizza. It doesn’t matter if you are a purist who only wants a heavy layer of cheese, a fan of the ever popular pepperoni, a margherita devotee, or want your very own pie loaded with anchovies. A proper Long I...

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Visit Bella Via for a Family Meal this Holiday Season - Nothing is better than a hot plate of pasta or a warm-from-the-oven pizza on a cold winter’s day. At Bella via, even our ambience is warm and welcoming, with our family friendly atmosphere,  share-it-all style of serving, and, of course, coal-burning brick oven. Extra plates are a matter of fact at Bella Via, since it’s impossible to choose just one dish for yourself. Instead, consider ordering family style, with a number of dishes fro...

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Top Five Dishes for Cool Winter Evenings - As the days get shorter and the air gets colder, the concept of a hot, home-cooked meal in an inviting restaurant surrounded by family or friends is increasingly appealing to us. At Bella Via, homemade Italian food created from traditional recipes and wholesome ingredients fits this bill perfectly. Here are five dishes you should definitely try this fall. Our grigliati di verdure alli’olio e’timo – is simpler than the Italian name for it sounds – i...

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Why Bella Via Uses San Marzano Tomatoes - If you are a fan of great Italian food, you’ve probably heard of San Marzano tomatoes. Any Italian chef or pizza maker worth their salt will use these exclusively whenever possible. But what exactly are San Marzano tomatoes, and why are they so in demand? The best San Marzano tomatoes are grown in the Sarnese Nocerino region Italy, in the volcanic ash-rich dirt near the base of Mount Vesuvius. They are teardrop shaped plum tomatoes, similar in size ...
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