The server was fine but not enthusiastic and I was a little worried. However everything ended up just fine. She did miss that we wanted jalapeños added to the entire pizza but she brought us some when we mentioned the oversight. They weren’t as good as they’d have been fire roasted on the pizza but what else can you do after the fact? We were sitting by the large, rough hewn stone pizza oven and were able to watch the entire process from stretching the dough into round shapes to baking it in the wood fired oven. The old fashioned wood paddles used to move the pizza in and out (and to different positions) in the oven were charming tools. I could imagine them being used 100s of years ago. We ordered a pizza that was half and half and we were charged exactly what half of each type pizza would have cost - $9.50 for one half and $9.25 for the other. We found the crust to be fabulous and I think I’d have been happy with the crust coated with only a little olive oil and garlic. One thing is certain, you don’t need to have much in the way of toppings with crust this good. The pizza is a tad on the pricey side but you can’t complain about the quality of the ingredients used.
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