The calzone was really good. When they said one of the specials was a calzone, that really piqued my interest! I ate one first and then went to see how it's made. Calzone and neopolitan pizza in my mind just don't go together, until last night.
I think there was some lard, capers olives and some cheese in it. It was very tasty and the capers were a nice acidic bite for the escarole.
It was very cool to watch how he made it. He basically put the ingredients on one side and then added the roughly chopped up greens to give the calzone it's body. He folded the second have over, sealed it up with his fingers, just pushing down and then trimmed the edge. Of course the greens steam away and drop so the calzone is really more like a balloon and not a stuffed pocket the way I've thought of it before.