PizzaCo in Stratford, CT
Visited PizzaCo in Stratford, CT recently. It was an old Texaco gas station that was renovated into a pizza place in 2017. Food and decor were great! Their dough takes 3 days to make. On the first day, the flour and water are mixed and left to rise, creating a "mother" dough. On the second day, fresh dough is mixed with the starter dough from a previously finished batch. By the third day, the dough is ready for the oven. Complicated! I would have no patience for that. They hired world champion chef Bruno DiFabio to create their "Garage Fired" pizza. Great care also went into their branding and labeling. It's truly worth a visit to see, and taste, what owner Jordan Bochanis has created.
Location: PizzaCo, Stratfield, CT
Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Markii with m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8
Fried ravioli with amazing pomodoro sauce.
Just being artsy.
Check out the large mixer with flames on it!
There's a Facebook page called Only in Connecticut. They featured this restaurant which is how I found out about it. They've featured some other unique places not too far from me. I'll photograph more and include the really good ones on the blog!
Leave me a comment below, let me know if you try PizzaCo. :)