When you're seated and served by someone with a strong Italian accent, you just know you're going to be fed well. The feeling at Spritz is like a party in an Italian village, where the food is straight from Nonna's cookbook. If you've got room after eating the insanely good ravioli, the pizza is the next best thing. They're well-executed classics, but if you're after something out of the ordinary, ask for a rotolino della casa and await the magic that is truffle cream rolled up in pizza base.
In Italian 'spizzicheria' means 'picking' — effectively, the venue's telling you to pick spritz. So, when it comes to drinks, do as it suggests and order a spritz, Aperol spritz to be exact. Let's face it, a spritz is a beverage that can be enjoyed at any time of the day, on any day of the week. Thankfully, the venue is open Wednesday through Sunday from 7am till late, so you can treat yourself to a bubble-filled beverage and some nibbles on most days of the week.