Bavaro's came to be in March 2009 when Dan Bavaro along with his wife, Anna-Maria, and five children left New Jersey to open their first restaurant in downtown Tampa, Florida at the corner of Franklin and Twiggs.
In 16th century Naples culture, a Galette flatbread was referred to as a pizza. Known as a dish for the poor, it was sold in the street and for ages was not even considered a kitchen recipe.
Authentic Neapolitan pizza must be baked in traditional wood-fired ovens, which are primarily handcrafted in Napoli, Italy. The art of oven building has been handed down through generations dating back to the early 1800’s.
Coming August 2016
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Bavaro’s Pizza Napoletana & Pastaria is open to exploring partnership opportunities with developers and operators that demonstrate a strong commitment to the quality and service associated with the Bavaro brands, and which have the vision, experience, and financial ability to operate and develop Bavaro’s restaurant establishments. If you would like to receive information on developing or operating a Bavaro’s restaurant establishments please contact us.