Wood-oven, thin-crust pizza is what I make at home and what I like best, and this is pretty good, but needs some tweaking. The crust has a good flavor, but the ingredients weren't plentiful enough and the pizza wasn't piping hot when it came out. I order spaghetti and meatballs. I asked waiter if it was a big portion because I like a big plate. The meatballs were a good portion and they were very good along with the sauce. But it was not a big portion, in fact, the noodles were downright skimpy, not near enough to go with the meatballs and sauce. I think the pasta was homemade, which is nice, but they need to add a lot more to the dish. So I tried a slice of 2 different pizzas we ordered, but they didn't seem to be much difference between the two. The atmosphere is nice and service is good, but all the pizzas are around $14 and barely enough for 2 people - not a good value. Nice beer selection of local drafts.
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