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FRANK'S Pizza Napoletana
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FRANK’S Pizza Napoletana is a new and exciting, moderately priced 110-120 seat (100-110 seats in dining room/10 at the bar) restaurant/bar specializing in the areas ONLY authentic wood fired Napolitana style pizza. FRANK’S will be more than just pizza. Delectable daily pasta specials, crave-able appetizers, hearty soups, toasted Panini, market fresh salads, housemade desserts and, of course, a thoughtful selection of fine wines, craft beers and scratch cocktails served in an upscale, relaxed setting that merges a traditional old world Napoletana pizzeria with the beautiful modern-contemporary architecture of our chosen lease space. It is the sincere goal of FRANK’S to be a truly great, neighborhood restaurant that appeals to singles as well as married couples of all ages; families with children and business customers, at lunch and dinner…basically anyone who appreciates heartfelt rustic cooking, genuine hospitality and the joyous spirit of a great gathering place.
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I LOVE all of the logos for the various Mario Batali restaurants, they are simple and relevant to that individual restaurant and concept. I like the logo for Pizzeria Delfina in SF, Pizzeria Libretto in Toronto. The architecture of our building is modern-contemporary and we are blending this with old world... the oven is on full display as the kitchen is open to the dining room. Please look up Stefano Ferrara. This is the oven maker we are using. We are having white marble counters, like "Pizzeria Locale" in Boulder, CO. The interior will not be cluttered up, clean relatively monochromatic except for splashes of color from the food, bowls of grapefruit, lemons on the bar that we fresh squeeze for cocktails...an arrangement of fresh flowers. Warm colors of reclaimed wood under the bar, white subway tile on the back kitchen wall, weathered brick at accent points throughout the dining room, racks of stacked split seasoned oak for the oven...