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Scopa

707-433-5282  •  $$
ADDRESS: 109 Plaza St, Suite A, Healdsburg, CA 95448

CUISINE: Italian, Pizza

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Thin-crust pizzas and house-made pastas excel at Healdsburg's heralded Italian spot Scopa.

 

 

Beer and wine available. Serving dinner nightly.

"Scopa, named after an Italian card game, is housed in a long, narrow space that was once a barber shop. It serves the kinds of dishes your Italian grandmother would cook — if she had her own show on the Food Network. Spicy meatballs with smoked mozzarella. Grilled lamb's tongue. Nonna's tomato-braised chicken served over soft polenta."

— Janis Cooke Newman, Los Angeles Times, July 5, 2010


From Michael Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle:

"Ari and Dawnelise Rosen have created one of the most charming restaurants in Healdsburg, taking over a slice of space just wide enough for two narrow rows of tables. ... The chef bakes his own bread, and he's perfected the thin-crust pizza and pasta, particularly cannelloni."

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Thin-crust pizzas and house-made pastas excel at Healdsburg's heralded Italian spot Scopa.

 


 


 

"Scopa, named after an Italian card game, is housed in a long, narrow space that was once a barber shop. It serves the kinds of dishes your Italian grandmother would cook — if she had her own show on the Food Network. Spicy meatballs with smoked mozzarella. Grilled lamb's tongue. Nonna's tomato-braised chicken served over soft polenta."

— Janis Cooke Newman, Los Angeles Times, July 5, 2010


From Michael Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle:

"Ari and Dawnelise Rosen have created one of the most charming restaurants in Healdsburg, taking over a slice of space just wide enough for two narrow rows of tables. ... The chef bakes his own bread, and he's perfected the thin-crust pizza and pasta, particularly cannelloni."

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Beer and wine available. Serving dinner nightly.

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