Fort Worth Gets a Piece of the Action

Olivella’s Neo Pizza Napoletana opened in the former Jake’s Hamburger location in The Village at Camp Bowie in March. This is the first Fort Worth location for the Dallas-based pizza restaurant, which originally opened in University Park near SMU in 2007 and followed up with two more Dallas locations. The restaurant claims its recipes, made with homemade cheese and crust, are passed down from the third oldest “pizza family” from Naples, Italy. Olivella’s serves both round Southern Italian (or Neapolitan) pizza and long, rectangular thin-crusted Northern Italian (also known as Roman style) pizza. Popular menu items include the black truffle pizza made with truffle oil, mushroom and sundried tomatoes and the dessert pizza made with Nutella and marshmallow. The popular spot has received rave reviews including a feature by Rachel Ray in her review of America’s best pizzerias and in USA Today‘s list of 51 Great Pizzerias in the USA. The Camp Bowie offshoot promises a covered patio and specials like a buy-one-pizza-get-one-free happy hour and $6 pitchers of sangria.
6333 Camp Bowie Blvd., No. 240