The truck stops here.
After building a following with a food truck on Brewer’s Row, Mama Said is looking to slice into Port Moody’s pizza scene with a bricks and mortar location on Murray Street.
The new pizzeria will join local favourites including Pizzeriz Spacca Napoli, Emilio Finatti Pizzeria and Sergio’s Pizza and Pasta.
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Set to open Friday, Mama Said is going for a “restaurant/sports bar vibe” with flatscreen TVs, cocktails and beer, according to a release.
“We can now create even more new items on the menu, but still retain our playfulness at the same time, but with a larger team. We’re known for doing our own takes on familiar flavours, like our limited-edition taco pizza, Porque no Los Dos, or eggs with The Morning After. Expect more of that!” stated chef and co-owner Vanessa Casilla in a press release.
Mama Said is known for incorporating ingredients like braised fennel, black garlic sauce, and hot honey.
Other pizza in town
Emilio Finatti Pizzeria offers customers pepperoni and Hawaiian pizzas, as well as pierogi pizza, the Mama Mia with meatballs and hot banana peppers, and Beef & Blue, which includes red onion, green pepper and blue cheese.
Sergio’s Pizza and Pasta offers both gluten-free and vegan cheese options, as well as the Popeye (with spinach) the Big Kahuna (with pulled pork) as well as the Greek, Mexicana, Italiano, Athenian and European Veggie.
Pizzeria Spacca Napoli is known for serving up margherita pizzas as well as more ambitious fare including the Siciliana with fried eggplant and the Maradona with spicy sausage and sharp provolone.