Diavola patio & garden is open! Outdoor dining daily 11:30-8:15. Lunch is counter service on a first come, first serve basis. Dinner is full service and we require reservations. Call us to check availability 707-814-0111.

(We do have heaters but we recommend bringing a jacket or blanket if you run cold.)

Take out is still available as well. Click here to order.

We can’t wait to see you again for pizza & Peroni!

If you’d like to support us from a distance, please consider purchasing a gift card.

While dining with us, we ask that you wear a mask at all times away from your table. Please remember to be kind to one another, have patience & respect those around you.

Grazie Mille!

– the Diavola Family

 

Chef Chris Cosentino sites Diavola’s as Sonoma County’s place to eat

Featured in online travel blog Afar, Chef Chris Cosentino says “I always get his Neapolitan pizzas. They are spectacular. He’s also got one called the Sonja. It’s tomato with mascarpone, prosciutto, and arugula—clean and simple. If I’m on a bike ride, that’s what I’m going to have. If I’m there for dinner and going to drive home, it’s a different story. Then I’ll do something like a Bambino. It’s Sicilian style: sausage, olives, basil and oregano, a little heavier. I always do the spaghetti with pork cheek ragu, too, and he does a killer tripe with a fried egg on top. I love tripe. It can either be done really well or go to the other end of the spectrum and be beyond horrible. His is so good—really classic.”

Read full article online here: https://www.afar.com/magazine/how-to-visit-northern-california-wine-country-like-a-top-chef-master