Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom is handcrafted at every turn. From Neapolitan pizzas using local ingredients to the extensive selection of craft beer, Raduno is a must stop in the South Main area.
A large part of the philosophy behind Raduno’s involves local ingredients wherever possible, with rotating specials to match the changing seasons. They are sourcing both domestic and imported Italian meats and cheeses. Expect meats from Hillcrest Artisan Meats, vegetables, herbs, and fruits from Dunbar Gardens, and gelato from Loblolly Creamery.
Menu favorites include the “HAMcetta” with H.A.M’s pancetta, smoked chiles, soft farm eggs, and pecorino. There’s the “Funghi” with an assortment of wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, spinach, and olive oil. The “Salsiccia” features housemade fennel sausage, peppadew, mozzarella, and pomodoro. And there’s more to Piro than just pizza. A number of sandwiches will be available featuring breads from Boulevard Bread Co…be sure to look for the fried mortadella sandwich with black truffle and fried egg. The burrata, which is a ball of mozzarella and cream drizzled with balsamic and served with bread, is something to be sure you do not over look.
It is hard to ignore the nearly restaurant length bar. The bar program is going to be as focused as the food. It features a full service bar with a number of craft cocktails. The beer and wine selection is carefully curated with one of the best craft beer lineups of any place in town.