“We gotta return to the old methods of eating,” Zach Parini said to me as we sat on a wooden seat in his café, Pizzeria Lui. He had stopped in our meeting, shaking his head insightfully as he longed for less difficult occasions. “We needn’t bother with bread that is blended, sealed, prepared, packed away inside, similar to, a six-hour time-frame. How about we take some time and heat some great bread… Let’s return to hindering somewhat.” It’s this veneration for strategy and readiness to show restraint that makes them consider Pizzeria Lui the best pizza in the Denver region.
Pizza joint Lui mixes in on Mississippi Ave between a plunge bar and a high rise. Indeed, even the board is fairly inconspicuous, with basic lettering and a moderate pizza symbol. Be that as it may, it’s substance over style at this unassuming pizza joint, and Parini approaches the substance of his pizza extremely in a serious way.