Welcome to Amore!

Ciao and welcome to Amore Neapolitan Pizzeria, Albuquerque's first and only certifiably authentic, hand-crafted, wood-fired Neapolitan pizza.

Thanks, Weekly Alibi readers, for voting us Best of Burque for 2013!
We appreciate all of the votes, and are honored to be selected as Albuquerque's best new restaurant.

Our flour and tomatoes are from Italy. Our dough, sauce, bread and Mozarella cheese are all fresh crafted in-house. All of our other ingredients are locally sourced from our wonderful community of Albuquerque-area farmers and producers. Our beers are New Mexican, our wines are Italian, our coffee is Colombian (locally roasted) and our hearts are true!

Stop by today and discover your own favorite (and pair it with a local brewery beer or Italian wine of your choice).

P.S. If you were a fan of Bailey's on the Beach's Fish Tacos (and who wasn't) be sure to ask for our Pizza Sushi: Bailey’s Blackened Mahi in a pizza roll topped with fresh mango slaw.

“Gabriel and Kimberly are the Ambassadors of true Neapolitan Pizza to New Mexico. I am honored to mentor them and believe they have every personal and professional ingredient to make Amore Neapolitan Pizzeria a huge success,”
- Roberto Caporuscio, Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani President, owner and chef of Keste Pizza & Vino and Don Antonio by Starita, rated number 1 and 2 best NYC pizzerias by Zagats.

Daily Specials

  • Amore Waldorfo

    Spring mix, apple, NM honey roasted pecan, dried cranberry, gorgonzola, toppe…

  • before 5PM

    9’’ PIZZA Margherita, La Fresca or Marinara with your choice of beer OR s…

Hours and Location

You’ll find us on the northeast corner
of Central and Girard. 2929 Monte Vista Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

Tuesday-Thursday 11-8:30
Friday 11-10
Saturday 12-10
Sunday 5-8:30 (dinner only)
Closed Monday

About Us

What’s a Neapolitan Pizza?

Wood-fired Neapolitan pizza starts with genuine Neapolitan dough hand-formed to no more than 3mm thick and baked 60-90 seconds in a 485 °C (905 °F) stone oven with a hardwood fire. When cooked, it should be crispy, tender and fragrant.

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