The restaurant is small and located on a street where several trendy restaurants can be found. I would not say that this is a trendy place: it is a neighborhood pizza parlor only.
There are a few choices on the table d'hôte and the short menu offers a few appetizers, some salads, but I chose to try the Americana pizza, as they specialize in pizza and pasta.
The wine list is rather extensive for the size of the establishment and several wines are offered by the glass, which is something I appreciate.
The crust was thin and crispy fresh out of the pizza oven. The ingredients were not abundant, some might say a bit scarce, but the taste was pleasant and the portion is large and filling.
We did need to use some forceful tactics to get someone on staff to stop and take our payment so that we could leave, however, the attention on the client wavering once the dishes have been cleared. This was surprising as some people were waiting at the door to be seated...
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