Did you possibly mean pizzeria?
- n. a small pizza
- From Italian (small pizza) (Wiktionary)
“Spuntino, the new venture from the team behind Polpo and Polpetto, the successful Venetian 'bacaros' in Soho, opened in March with a menu and look inspired by New York, quickly followed by the opening of da Polpo in Covent Garden in June, where the menu features a meatball section and an expanded pizzetta offering as well as a selection of favourite dishes from Polpo and Polpetto.”
“Nice toppings, good upskirts, between that and the photo on I Dream of Pizza, it looked like my pizzetta would be the perfect lunch.”
“Hmmm. .the special is for a “pizzetta”, which somehow sounds like something less than “pizza”.”
“The cuttlefish with ink gremolata is unusual and tasty as is the pizzetta bianca.”
“At Rocc a look for prosciutto and fontina pizzetta, roasted butternut squash and pear pizzetta, fried cauliflower, honey-glazed duck wings and meatball sliders.”
“There's a smoked salmon pizzetta - a 10-inch cracker-crisp rye crust liberally coated with creme fraiche, salmon and caviar - that if it weren't on a fixed-price menu would easily serve two.”
“Then again, I work here, so you can believe what you want, but I suggest if you haven’t given a pizzetta a try and if you did in the last week, try it again and see what the real lunch special pizzetta looks like.”
“We are a very new pizza place and we’re still trying to get our staff together and unfortunately this was one of those instances where a new hired pizza helper in the lunch rush, didn’t stick to our consistent delicious thin crust pizzetta and in essence went “rogue”.”
Looking for tweets for pizzetta.