This is a small pizzeria with less than 12 tables. There is also a "take away" counter where people can order pizza by the slice and eat while walking the narrow alleys of Old Kotor. This is an interesting experience for this international traveler. I see Japanese tourists passing through these alleys fresh off the cruise ship with pizza slices in hand and cameras hefted on shoulder straps. I wonder about this Italian/American/Montenegrin tradition experienced by a multitude of Asian visitors. There is even a pizzeria in Podgorica with the name of Esposito. Raffaele Esposito, the former owner of a pizzeria in Naples is credited with creating the modern pizza.
I believe that this is evidence that food traditions travel very quickly across cultural borders. As they do, however, they are often changed, in part, to suit the tastes of recipient cultures. As such, Fettuccine Alfredo, a dish that rarely occurs in Italy, becomes representative of Italian gastronomy to many Americans.
And what are those olives doing on top of the pizza?