Mioposto is a pretty pleasant place to order a bunch of Neapolitan-style pies in a mostly casual setting. If you’re alone, we recommend sitting at the bar and watching the pizzas bubble in the wood oven. Otherwise, make this your big group-friendly Italian spot for a post-U-Village shopping haul or for brunch if you generally hate brunch (since there are only a few breakfast items).
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