De La Nonna is a pop-up that operates weekly at spots like Employees Only and Melody Wine Bar, serving excellent pies that walk the (OK, probably arbitrary) line between focaccia and pizza. The crust is light and airy, and sprinkled with flaky sea salt, and while they don’t overload it with toppings, you still get plenty of flavor from them. We like their white pie, with roasted fennel, mozzarella, and dabs of pesto, and the Market pie, with a super-herbaceous cream sauce and crispy parmesan. Either way, you can’t go wrong. Their Nonna Pack is a great deal - it includes two pizzas, a salad, and a bottle of wine for $48 - which, along with the ocean views at Dudley Market, make it an ideal place for a date night.
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