This is a pretty small restaurant and even though they packed the tables in pretty tight, the wait was about 45 minutes for two at 8:30 pm on a Friday night. They did take down our phone number and called us when our table was ready, so we didn't have to stick around and wait.
The food was unique, at least compared to most American Italian restaurants, and much lighter than what is served at Italian chain restaurants. The crust is almost like naan or pita. Mushrooms and olives were cooked to perfection (try the roasted olives antipasto if you're an olive enthusiast). My only complaint was that the crust tasted a little bit burnt. I understand that it's cooked in a wood oven, but was expecting more roasted flavor and less burnt. The price is pretty reasonable - $35 including tip for two people.
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