Scott had heard great things about a pizza place located near the Caputo factory which was on our list of places to try, but was a bit too far out of the way to check out without some help getting there. Luckily when we mentioned Pizzeria Salvo to the folks at the Caputo factory they offered to drive us there.
We got a Margherita pie — tomatoes, mozzarella, olio, basil, and parmesan. In addition, we got a Ripieno Fritto — ricotta, mozzarella, salami, black pepper and parmesan — all fried together. It came reccomeded by our waiter and was similar, yet slightly tastier than the Totò we had a Pizzeria Brandi the previous night.
We also started off the meal with three delicious baked goods — Frittacine, Crocche, and Arancini. The first is essentially a fried ball of macaroni and cheese, which was my favorite of the three. The crocche is a friend potato-like item. And arancini is a fried ball of rice. As you can tell, we were clearly not on a diet.