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We have walked by this very small unassuming restaurant for several years but had not tried it until this visit. We were hungry for a good thin crust pizza and this place popped up online. We were not disappointed. The pizza was awesome but we...More
Off the beaten path unless you are staying somewhere close to Amapas st. Sidewalk seating for about 10 people and indoor seating for a few more. Not a good place for a larger group. Small tapas style portions. Cute presentations like shrimp on a clothesline....More
We have been once before 3 years ago and were keen to come again. This time we were a party of 4, and our friends waited forever for their meal, and a drink that never came that took a lot of back and forth to...More
I loved this restaurant. It's small so go early! When we arrived, we sat at the bar waiting for our table. It's small, with only about 6 or so stools. The bartender was amazing. He took tons of time and care making each cocktail. I...More
And always busy so if you haven’t made a reservation and they don’t have a table, sit at the bar if there’s room. We’ve tried everything on the menu and it’s really hard to choose on thing as our fav. The coconut shrimp is delicious...More
We love this place for its yummy, fresh, innovative food and great service! The fried shrimp on the line are so fun and yummy! In a town with a lot of pizza, theirs stand out with crisp, thin crust and interesting topping options! The salads...More
Consistently exceptional food and service. All 7 in our group were amazed by the portions, taste and sophistication of the tapas options. A New Yorker was literally screaming about how fantastic everything was. I want to thank the staff for being so awesome.