Julliano’s Italian Cafe & Brick Oven Pizza


Photo courtesy of Jullianos.com

Tucked away in Laytons Village Shopping Center, Julliano’s has been a Laytonsville staple since 1995 (current management has been in charge since 2007).

They’re known for their brick oven pizza, but definitely have a lot more to offer.

Their sodas are served in those red plastic cups that make everything taste better, so that was a plus right off the bat!

We started off with the Anabella. The added veggies/toppings (artichoke hearts, peppers, onions, olives, etc.) are the perfect twist to a classic caprese.
Our main course included the original calzone and the pizza carne. The calzone had italian sausage, pepperoni, ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese, and Italian herbs. It came with a side of very fast tomato/marinara sauce.
The Pizza Carne comes with tomato sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, Italian sausage, and capicola ham. I enjoyed the sauce more than most brick oven pizza sauces. Overall the pizza was great!
We had a great experience at Julliano’s. If you’re ever in the Laytonsville area, stop by and give it a shot!

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