Nashville February 06, 2018
This One Of A Kind Restaurant In Nashville Is Fun For The Whole Family
Eating out with kids is hard at any age, but sometimes you just need to get out of the house. If you’re looking for a fun restaurant that will keep your kids interested and your mind sane, then you should check out DeSano Pizza Bakery, located in Nashville’s midtown neighborhood. Fun to experience and great for a solid meal amongst the littles, this is your one stop needed to fill your bellies and keep your kids happy and excited.
DeSano Pizza Bakery is located just off Broadway, on the edge of Nashville's Midtown neighborhood. It's an unassuming building with a small parking lot, tucked away from the main strip of bars and eateries located just down the street.
But once you walk in? You are met with a barrage of delicious smells from the wood-burning ovens and pizza makers serving up delicious pies with all the fixin's.
You eat at communal tables, where kids can spread out and watch the men and women in the kitchen throwing pizzas together and slipping them into the wood burning ovens. It's truly a sight to see - one that's enchanting to kids AND adults.
It's not just ANY pizza you're getting at DeSano's, either. It's true, authentic Neapolitan pizza. The team strictly follows the guidelines of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, which means you're only getting the good stuff.
Your little ones will fall in love with the excitement of the space - the fun of the open and airy eating area, the lasagna pizza that's topped with meatballs and scamorza. All of your senses will light up with opportunity and excitement alongside your little ones.
Because, truly - is there anything more fun that watching your food be MADE in a restaurant? It seems to mysterious, but once you see the chefs tossing broccoli rabe and pecorino romano atop your delicious pie, all the excitement is ignited.
Every ingredient used at DeSano is fresh and high quality. They even fly in ingredients from Napoli and Campania! The tomatoes are fresh, so is the creamy and delicious mozzarella di bufala. And, of course - the Italian flour used for the pizza dough is only the best of the best.
You can visit the Nashville location for yourself, from 11am at 115 16th Avenue South, and the space closes when the dough runs out. So you take a chance daily - but oh how it pays off.
This iconic restaurant is also one of the neatest places to eat, if you’re in Memphis anytime soon.