Rachel ordered two varieties of pizza, which was the next course to come out.
Rachel ordered a 12-inch pie of two different varieties — Campania allows diners to order a half-and-half pizza. She chose the popular Lombarda and a classic Margherita for $19.
The Lombarda came topped with red sauce, mozzarella cheese, arugula, prosciutto, shaved parmesan, and truffle oil. It was salty from the meat and cheeses, refreshing from the raw arugula, and savory from the truffle oil, Rachel said.
The Margherita had the same red tomato sauce, mozzarella and pecorino cheese, and thin ribbons of basil. The herb was strong and bright, Rachel said, and the sauce had a sweetness that was able to shine better on this pie.
Each pie had a very thin, well-cooked bottom crust. Rachel described it as crunchy and sturdy enough to ensure zero floppage when she picked up a slice by the edge.