Cotto a Legna pizza tastes good, but it's a little bit too thin to hold the toppings (like sausage) so that you can eat the slices with one hand. The prices (basically between $12 and $15 per pizza) are pretty reasonable. We don't order other things as a main course. Pizza crust is very tasty with the right amount of blackened areas. Sauce is pungent and stands out nicely from the rest of the pizza. The appetizers taste good, generally nice sized portions, and anything with eggplant is a smart choice. Being so close to other stores, restaurants, and the Geneva Metra station on Third Street makes this location very convenient. Dessert selection is expansive, but we have not been impressed with the quality of individual items so far. Table service is a team effort, and they are polite.
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