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Short Order: Fibonacci’s Pizzeria

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Short Order: Fibonacci’s PizzeriaPhotos by Miriam Bowers Abbott
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During the pandemic, a pizza place in a movie house might find itself in an especially precarious position. Movie joints, generally, have been hit hard by social changes brought about by public health concerns. Add to this equation the fact that movie food requires de-masking, and you’ve got…

Well, you’ve found the spot wherein Fibonacci’s Pizzeria resides. Officially, it resides inside Studio 35, 3055 Indianola Ave. in Clintonville, and you can watch a movie with a pizza and friends and plenty of space, per current recommendations. You can also walk right in the front door, grab your pizza, and go home. Fibonacci’s will conform to your dining needs. 

And it will conform quickly. So, if you phone-in your order, don’t dillydally around. That special Italian oven is hot, it cooks fast, and the kitchen team takes its job seriously. Not only does the hot oven deliver speed, it also delivers one of those delightfully toasty, puffed-on-the-edges crusts as a foundation for its pies. 

There are probably more modest ways to start, but the call of Camorra was just too much to resist. The menu promises Ezzo pepperoni (that’s the famous Columbus cupping pepperoni), sausage, bacon, mushrooms, onion, and green pepper with traditional sauce and cheese. Promises fulfilled: it’s a perfectly balanced mix, with the bacon and peppers in little chiclets that are distributed throughout the pie. Despite the heady mixture of meats, it’s not greasy at all, so the pie feels like a luxe pleasure.

Of course, the Camorra is fairly traditional, in terms of topping combos. The menu also features plenty of options that are less ubiquitous, such as Fig-A-Majig, which teams figs, fig glaze, prosciutto, and goat cheese. There’s also a seasonal Reaper pizza that includes locally-grown Carolina Reapers and Scorpion Peppers combined with the housemade hot honey. For non-pizza-people, there are subs and salads.

And for math nerds: the name is indeed a reference to THE Fibonacci series. You won’t find a whole lot of number games on the house menu, but if you follow the joint’s social media, you’ll find occasionally satisfying references to the numerical series. Or you could, you know, just put some pineapple on your pizza. 

Pineapple is Fibonacci-compliant.

You’ll find Fibonacci’s Pizzeria at 3055 Indianola Ave. For more information, visit studio35.com.

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