It was easy to find, with a nice big sign near the road.
And another above the restaurant.
And just in case you were not sure, the door is marked as well.
Once inside, the decor is definitely not fancy and there is only 5 tables that seat 4 each, but this is not one of those places you go to look. You go to EAT! One note, if you don't like the San Antonio Spurs you might have a hard time sitting in the restaurant. The walls are covered with Spurs pictures. I thought it was great.
The menu had, of course, pizza, both NYC style thin crust and Sicilian thick crust. The owner, Giuseppe, would know both since he is from southern Italy and has lived in New York City before coming to Texas. Besides pizza, the menu also had calzone, stromboli, sandwiches, salads, pastas, and Italian desserts: cannoli and tiramisu. All of this made from scratch, my friends!
Frankie and I both decided on the calzone. ($7.25 each) Inside it there was pepperoni, ham, mozzarella, and ricotta cheese. Then it was covered in marinara sauce.
It was very good, especially the marinara! If you are not fond of ricotta cheese then I would suggest the stromboli instead of the calzone. The calzone had a lot of ricotta cheese! Oh and if you are lucky the owner will sing in Italian along to the music he is listening to as he cooks for you! Dinner and a show, can't beat that!
If you happen to be on the northwest side of San Antonio or want to make a trip that way, try Sapore's Pizza. I don't think you will be disappointed!
Summer Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday 11 AM - 3 PM and 5 PM - 10 PM
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Regular Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday 11 AM - 3 PM and 5 PM - 9 PM
Saturday 5 PM- 9PM