A Look at Pizzerias in Richmond, Virginia
Bottoms Up Pizza
Situated in the historic Shockoe Bottom district for more than 25 years, Bottoms Up makes use of its building with two stories of dining, three bars and patios along with seating for more than 320. The pizzeria features a sourdough crust. Signature pizzas include the Chesapeake with a Parmesan white sauce topped with fresh crab meat, sweet onions and seasoned with Old Bay. The Mexican is topped with taco seasoned ground beef, homemade pickled jalapenos, onion and cheddar and finished with lettuce, fresh salsa and sour cream. The menu also highlights a low-carb Portabella Mushroom Pizza available with the signature pizza toppings.
1700 Dock Street
Sergio’s just celebrated its 25th anniversary and is an area “go-to” spot for New York-style pizza, Italian classics and craft beer. The pizzeria has more than 30 craft beers and wines on tap. The pizzeria offers a complimentary basket of house-made rolls. The Chicken Florentine pizza is topped with grilled chicken, broccoli, tomatoes, onions, Alfredo sauce, mozzarella and grated Romano. In addition to pizza, Sergio’s serves up a wide menu of Italian dishes like Linguini with Clam Sauce, Rigatoni Campagnola and Chicken Manicotti.
4824 Market Square Lane (Midlothian)
This quaint Sicilian-style pizzeria serves up slices and personal-sized pizza, as well as
14- and 16-inch pies. Its broad menu features pizza, stromboli, rolls, sandwiches, pasta, appetizers, salads and desserts. Belmont offers an assortment of toppings, including sopressata, sliced potato, eggplant and meatballs. The Eggplant Siciliano pizza is topped with olive oil, grilled eggplant, fresh garlic, Romano and prosciutto.
602 North Belmont Ave.
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