Sapori di Napoli in Decatur. The restaurant was rumored to be opening in early summer, but after several push-backs, they finally opened their doors on Tuesday night. As of now, the restaurant is still getting organized and it's a very casual space inside; it's really one smallish square room with no-frills wooden tables and chairs. It rather reminds me of old neighborhood pizza joints I'd frequent as a kid.
We tried several dishes including the arugula salad, arancini, margherita pie, and a $13 bowl of spaghetti that my daughter talked me into allowing her to order. I don't know when a bowl of spaghetti with red sauce became a $13 dish, but the pasta is hand-made daily, and the red sauce is mighty fine. For some reason, I can hear Bourdain ranting in my head about a $13 bowl of spaghetti and red sauce at a pizza joint...but I'll leave that to your imagination.
I've only tried the Margherita, there are numerous other pies on the menu (ranging from $15-$19), including variations on the Margherita, as well as numerous "sauceless" pies that feature items such as cherry tomatoes, speck, or sweet peppers and ricotta. I visited once, so I am not going to pontificate as to whether or not Sapori belongs up in the pantheon of great pizza in the ATL. It is clear, from one taste, that Sapori is as close to true Napoletana-style pizza as you will find in Decatur. Is it worth a trip across town? Probably.
Will I return? Definitely. And often.