It's now named Inzos...my friends and I have been there before as its relatively close to those in north Fort Worth. Pizza has always been a pretty good option, and my fiancée and I got the prosciutto and arugula pizza. Good taste but a bit doughy and soft. Caprese salad was a good way to start but would've been better with more balsamic vinegar. One minor complaint...server came out to ask if we wanted dessert and then brought the check before we decided. Oh well...we just walked to a sweet shop on down the road. Bad sign - it was about 1/2 full on a Saturday night...hoping the Roanoke restaurant market isn't getting too saturated.
Not a bad option but not anywhere close to as good as fireside pies in downtown FTW. Hard to rate it much more than average because of that.
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