🙂 = Quick and delicious! We weren’t the only toddlers, and everyone was super friendly towards us! Pizza means no need for a kids’ menu – since pizza is a favorite for even the pickiest of toddlers!
🙁 = Parking can be difficult (or expensive), and no changing tables in the bathroom.
Notes: You can also order by the slice, but the slices aren’t the thin crust, crispy pizza. We spent some time driving around looking for parking, and eventually found a metered spot a block away. Right next to this location of Pizzeria Vetri, there is a garage with $12 weekend specials for Saturday or Sunday (Icon Luxury Apartment garage, right on Chancellor Street). Had we known, we would have parked there and not circled around. The original Pizzeria Vetri is exactly 1 mile walk away, right next to the Barnes Foundation and the Free Library. It’s also very close to the Franklin Institute, if your parents want to take you there in the morning before a pizza lunch.