New Modern Italian Restaurant Now Open in Milton
After months of waiting, a highly-anticipated Italian restaurant has officially opened its doors in Milton.
With authentic Neapolitan wood oven pizza, Goodfellas Pizza has unveiled its first Halton location at 22 Ontario St. S., across from the Milton Mall, in a former Re/Max realty office.
It’s an ideal place to break all of your new year’s resolutions.
With authentic Neapolitan wood oven pizza, the menu focuses on authentic Southern Italian cuisine.
A variety of authentic Napoletana pizzas include the Margherita Pizza, topped with San Marzano sauce, mozzarella fiore di latte, fresh basil and extra virgin olive oil.
You’ll also find authentic Romano pizza and homemade pastas, all made in-house.
The Maccheroni alla Carbonara pasta dish includes pancetta, egg yolks, pecorino romano, and black pepper.
The menu also includes appetizers, fish and meat entrees, and desserts.
The mozzarealla di bufala, and parmigiano-reggiano cheeses are some of the ingredients they use imported directly from Italy.
Goodfellas boasts an extensive Italian wine selection which pairs beautifully with great eats.
Meanwhile, the Georgetown location is now slated to open in summer 2018.
It’ll be at 29 Main St. S. in the former TD Canada Trust branch.
And you’ll definitely notice the financial influence in the design scheme.
“We’re going to keep the safes there,”
Rick Taddeo from Goodfellas’ head office operations previously told inhalton.com, adding “the vault will be a dining room, you know, six to eight people. It’ll be nice — nice decor.”
The Georgetown resto will also see a rooftop patio “along with a convenient elevator” in addition to the main floor and basement dining areas.
Goodfellas’ current locations are in Mississauga’s Streetsville and City Centre neighbourhoods, plus Toronto’s Old Mill.
“We’re very familiar with the west end” of the Greater Toronto Area, said Taddeo.
All menus - and price points - will be identical, said Taddeo.
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