Fans of authentic Neapolitan-style pizza have yet another option, this time in mobile form: Welcome to BellaTrino Neapolitan Pizzeria & Cucina, a new food truck that makes pizzas the way they do in Naples, Italy.
There are other pizza-themed food trucks in Dallas, including Gepetto’s and Doughboys, but none do Neapolitan.
BellaTrino comes from Tracy Sanford and John Cooper, who met 20 years ago when they both worked at Bennigan’s. They stayed in touch with the idea of working on a project together. That project became a food truck dedicated to the kind of Neapolitan-style pizza pioneered by the likes of Cane Rosso and Cavalli.
Let’s be honest.
If you got word of good pizza in a treacherous back alley, well, you’d go to a treacherous back alley.
So dropping by a converted Freightliner in Uptown isn’t asking much.
Start tracking the whereabouts of BellaTrino Neapolitan Pizzeria & Cucina, a massive truck turned glass-walled pizzamobile that’s cooking up wood-fired pies for your general enjoyment, now rolling.
BellaTrino Neapolitan Cucina & Pizzeria
This wood-fired pizza truck makes other food trucks look downright dodgy. Enormous windows let customers see what’s happening inside, where hand-stretched dough is massaged into crusts for pies such as Sopressata Picante and Quattro Staggione. Cheese-free pizzas and hearty panuozzi mean the menu caters to all comers.
BellaTrino Neapolitan Pizzeria & Cucina (800-800-4959 or bellatrino.com).
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Dallas is establishing itself as quite the mecca for Neapolitan pizza, and the newest saggy-tipped, quick-fired pizza to hit the scene has wheels, literally: BellaTrino Neapolitan Pizzeria & Cucina.
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