Zella's offers Italian fare with garlic to spare

EATS

Dining For $25 Or Less

September 27, 2007|By Karen Nitkin | Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun

The smell of garlic doesn't so much tickle your nose when you walk into Zella's as march on over and give you a big bear hug.

Most of the entrees in this nifty little pizza-and-calzone joint start with the basic Italian comfort-food ingredients of tomato sauce, cheese and dough, but then they're loaded with intensely flavorful ingredients such as caramelized onions, feta cheese, prosciutto and, of course, garlic.

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