Review: Federal Hill Pizza

By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  November 27, 2012

But most appreciated was the pasta — fettuccine with grilled chicken and mushroom in a garlic cream sauce ($12.99). An enormous platter that could feed four, we hardly put a dent in it as we savored the delicate flavor — not overly garlicky — and loads of chicken. We were well pleased.

The three desserts are each $5.99. The cannoli was familiar enough, but we had to ask about the coco pane and boco pane. Despite being similarly named, they are quite different, the first being a fried doughboy with Nutella and the latter, fried balls drizzled with balsamic reduction.

But no. We were looking forward to that pizza steaming under our anticipating gaze in the take-away box. The moment of anticipation was sweet enough.

Bill Rodriguez is at billrod.mail@gmail.com.

FEDERAL HILL PIZZA | 401.245.0045 | FEDERALHILLPIZZA.COM | 495 MAIN ST, WARREN | MON-WED, 4-9 PM; THURS, 4-10 PM; SAT, 11:30 AM-10 PM; SUN, 11:30 AM-8 PM | MAJOR CREDIT CARDS | BEER + WINE | SIDEWALK-LEVEL ACCESSIBLE

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