Lucio Pizzeria, founded and owned by Chef Lucio De Falco, brings the traditional taste of Naples to Sydney's meticulous palette. It is nestled in a small enclave of restaurants in the vibrant Darlinghurst area.
For those who wish to experience authentic Italian, Lucio Pizzeria is open 6 nights a week and offers a range of pizze, antipasto and is fully licensed.
The wine list boasts both red and whites from Australia and Italy. Lucio Pizzeria uses fresh produce from around Australia and imports the much acclaimed Buffalo Mozarella from Italy.
Dine in relaxing indoor and outdoor seating whilst enjoying the taste of Italy at your doorstep!
Lucio De Falco spent 4 years at Amici Ristorante in Cammeray. Through Amici Ristorante Lucio was able to make a name for himself as one of Sydney’s finest Pizzaiolo’s.
His customer base not only included the Neapolitan community but also the wider Italian community. Through Lucio's experience and skill he was also able to educate his Australian customers on what Vera Neapolitan Pizze was.
He gained rave reviews in the “Good Food Guide”, Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun-Herald, Sydney Weekender on Channel 7, Hospitality Magazine and Mosman Daily.
Lucio’s LocationLucio Pizzeria is located at 248 Palmer St. Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
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