Some say "ta-MAY-toe"...
others say "ta-MAH-toe"...
but we say POMODORI!
The Art of the Tomato:
They come in more colors, shapes, and sizes than any other fruit, each in its own right a work of art, but one word sums them all up - POMODORI. That's Italian for tomato, and it's the name Sally and Tim McLane chose for their restaurant when they opened the doors in 1984 and introduced "Wood-Fired Pizza" to
Today, Pomodori's is still one of the only authentic pizzerias with a wood fired oven and a wood pile out back. If you smell the wood fire burning, you've come to the right place. Pomodori's recipes are made with the freshest ingredients daily, and although their pizzas, pastas, and other Italian specialties are often imitated, they are never equaled. That's what the art of the tomato is all about.
Pomodori's now has two great locations to serve you; on West McMillan in Clifton Heights, and on
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The Fine Print
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Tax and gratuity not included
7880 Remington Road in Montgomery, and
121 W. McMillan in Clifton Heights