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Pazzo Pomodoro

  • Address:
    118 Branch Road SE
    Vienna, VA 22180
  • Phone:
    (703) 281-7777
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Pazzo Pomodoro (pot•so pomodoro), “The Crazy Tomato”, is a Cantina style concept born by locals Jimmy Audia and Bill Hicks with great support and influence from Italian native, now distinguished local, Nicky de Chiara. The Cantina in Italy brings back fond memories as it is best known as a neighborhood tavern that is warm and cheerful patronized by local and steady clientele. Executive Chef Raffaele Mastromarino says "Pazzo Pomodoro represents a different concept offering more authentic Italian meals. Our food will taste like it came out of my mother's kitchen in Salerno."