Napolita Pizza – More Than Just a Culinary Tradition

From its sun-kissed streets of Naples to pizza lovers across the globe, Napolita is more than a culinary tradition; it is part of its cultural legacy.

For authentic Neapolitan pizza, starting with quality ingredients and following a few essential steps is essential to creating authentic results. San Marzano tomatoes, 00 flour, Buffalo mozzarella and extra virgin olive oil form an unrivaled combination that elevates this deceptively simple food to fine art status.


Naples, Italy residents have long enjoyed crafting simple flatbread dishes to satisfy both body and soul, best shared among friends or family over wine or lemonade. This cuisine celebrates every moment as one lives life with full gusto.

Neapolitan (pronounced napoletano) is a dialect of Italian spoken primarily in southern Italy and among immigrants who settled in northern and central Italy, Argentina, Australia, and the United States. While Neapolitan is mutually intelligible with standard Italian, its development took place quite independently.

Napolitano is a surname held by 1 in 184 people globally and most often seen in Argentina and Italy, followed by the US and Europe. Additionally, it can also be used as a first name. For more information about this fascinating name click here. The Italian term Napoletano or Napolitano derives its roots from Latin for “New City,” Neapolis; Napoli being its capital and official language being an Italian dialect of Romance called Neapolitano – see more information below about how this term originated here!

Classic Styles

Napolita’s artisanal technique for pizza requires a meticulous balance between ingredients and preparation. Their dough ferments for 24 hours before being baked at 900 degrees Fahrenheit in a wood-fired oven to produce its light cornicione edge and perfectly balanced flavor profile; further reflected by their minimalist approach to toppings.

The style traces its roots back to Naples itself, along with regional cuisine preferences and cultural identity embodied by it. Indeed, its significance has earned legal protection as Protected Designation of Origin status.

Napolita’s classic styles represent its rich history and the artistry honed over centuries, reflecting both this culture’s artistic development as well as influences from other countries such as Milan. While Milan incorporates several influences from other nations into its aesthetic, Naples developed its own distinct look and feel with soft construction with minimal padding that emphasize natural shoulders; higher armholes with lower button stance creating an elongated visual line; etc.

Artisanal Techniques

Religion still predominated in 17th-century Naples, yet a notable number of paintings with mythological subjects were produced. Ribera and Stanzione became among the first painters to adopt a naturalism rooted in Spain that greatly influenced other artists both within Italy and in Spain.

The new technique also allowed for more classical motifs to enter, drawn from published publications illustrating excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii. These classical themes eventually found their way into local painters’ repertoires and led directly to nineteenth-century movements of Neoclassicism and Romanticism.

Finoglia began exploring the physical qualities of materials with an almost obsessive obsession to capture their appearance on canvas. His technique included pure colors, varied brushstrokes and leaving some preparation visible; these innovations added immediacy and freshness to his landscape paintings as well as paintings depicting animals or figures moving about; in addition he demonstrated an ever increasing confidence and skill when handling light, especially coastal scenes.


Since its debut, pizza has undergone many changes over time. One type of pizza stands out as being unchangeable and authentic: the Authentic Napoli Pizza has received the “traditional specialty guaranteed product” title from UNESCO – thus keeping true to its roots. This type of pizza is called an “Authentic Napoli Pizza.”

Authentic Neapolitan Pizzas are created according to the guidelines established by Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (AVPN), established in 1984 to protect and promote Neapolitan pizza. The Associazione has several requirements that must be fulfilled in order to obtain its certification; these include the use of specific ingredients and techniques by artisans.

Napolita offers an exquisite menu featuring pizza, cured meats, gourmet pasta dishes and Italian-inspired desserts. In addition, the restaurant boasts a warm and welcoming indoor space ideal for hosting parties or special events (birthday parties, anniversaries or any other special event), which can seat up to 40 guests comfortably.