Casual, tasty fare.
Funky thick old brick walls where families can enjoy terrific food at moderate prices.
Enjoyed a Monday evening meal after wine tasting a couple doors down at Locals(closes@ 6). Fast service; my pizza was on the table in about 10 minutes and at $14 was pretty big. My wifes salad was lightly dressed and her ceci bean soup was excellent.
This is a sister restaurant of their higher end joint up the street.
Anyway I recommend going to Locals, a cooperative of a bunch of small local wineries, enjoying some wine, then bringing what you like with you. The wine menu at Diavola was mostly Italian wines I believe.
A gourmet pizzeria topping pies with clams, prosciutto and pecorino finds a home in sleepy Geyserville.. As a more casual incarnation of its acclaimed predecessor Traverna Santi, this small-town trattoria eschews culinary embellishment in favor of more simplistic fare. The concept reflects both Italian tradition and local community: a "cucina povera" or "pleasant kitchen" for the people. Exposed brick walls offer a rustic frame for the small space while an immense wood-burning oven roars beyond the five-seat bar. As a chef specialty, charcuterie is cured in-house then mounded upon bubbling thin-crust pizzas. In keeping with the rustic, old-world sensibility, menu items are uncomplicated and cap out at around four ingredients, and almost all feature a local product. Examples include whipped Bellweather Farms ricotta with prosciutto, escarole and anchovy salad in Dry Creek olive oil, or fried Monterey Bay squid with pepperoncino aioli.
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