Sammataro, a new pizzeria serving New York-style slices, is now open in Austin’s Lost Creek neighborhood, according to a Dec. 11 press release. Located in a food trailer at 1158 Lost Creek Blvd., Austin, Sammataro features wood-fired pies made with 48-hour fermented dough, Bianco Di Napoli tomatoes, and a topping of gouda and fresh basil. The pizzeria is owned by Austin native Isaac Flores, who relocated to Texas after spending eight years in New York City. The Sammataro team, who all met in New York, also includes Townsend Smith, Daniel Sorg and Kelsey Hutchins. www.sammataro.pizza
Sammataro is now serving New York-style pizza in the Lost Creek neighborhood
The Sammataro team recently launched its pizza trailer in Lost Creek. (Courtesy Devon Hutchins)
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