Vapiano Pizza – multiple locations

by PizzaSnobo on October 19, 2010

Multiple locations

Vapiano is succeeding at turning the pizzeria into a social scene. The chain started in Washington DC and has spread to Boston, Dallas, Fort Meyers and is now in Manhattan, just south of Union Square. Vapiano doesn’t ask you to pull out your wallet until you leave the restaurant. Instead, you’re given a card and anything you buy, including drinks at the bustling Happy Hour bar, is charged to the card and totaled at the end. The downside of this approach is having to keep track of your card and having to wait on line to pay when you’re ready to leave.

Each pizza, which comes in 10 inch individual pies, is made to order and is a good deal at $8.95 for the margherita. The crust is thin with a nice, light texture, even though it’s a little devoid of flavor. The sauce does little to improve the pie and the cheese is typical of the majority of neighborhood pizzerias around the country. Along with the margherita, we had a pie with pepperoni and sausage and were pleasantly surprised with the flavorful meat.

Vapiano isn’t a place to go for the pizza of your life, but the fun atmosphere is great for people watching and the drink specials make it worth the trip.

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