Two Amys takes pride in their pizzas being certified D.O.C. - Denominazione di Origine Controllata. Did you pronounce that correctly? I didn't... So what is D.O.C.? It's a fancy way to say that their Neapolitan-style pizza is produced using specific standards with regards to ingredients and technique, as acknowledged by Italy. Basically, it just means it's awesome, trust me.
Most importantly, Two Amys cooks their pizzas in a wood-burning oven, which is really how all pizzas should come to be, giving it that crispy outside crust with a fluffy and airy inside. It's perfect, 'nuff said.
So let's start with, of course, the starters. Two Amy's does not take reservations, so sometimes you've gotta put your name in at the front and then stroll on back to the bar with patience. Order up a glass of wine or a frosty beer while you wait, but also don't be shy to go ahead and get to ordering some grub. There's a wonderful array of mezze lining the bar, as legit Italian trattorias do, with plenty of options to choose from, all quite satisfactory as an appe"teaser". We tend to frequently go with the standard risotto balls and salted cod croquettes. Delish.
So back to that amazing pizza. Any and all are to die for. Of course, you can't go wrong with the classic Margherita - just the right amount of fresh tomato sauce, that creamy buffalo mozzarella, and fresh basil. We usually get at least one of those for the table. They also make a mean stuffed pizza, or calzone.
You know it's legit when you see customers strolling in from the Italian Embassy down the street.
P.S. It's family and kid friendly.