I loved my pizza, but I had a hard time deciding which one to order. The restaurant is next to the art museum, and the food is named after artists. I went with the Da Vinci, which was delicious: medium-thick crust, crunchy and chewy, pesto instead of tomato sauce, mozzarella, Roma tomatoes, arugula, and balsamic reduction. Sound snooty? What do you expect next to an art museum? Many others sounded very appealing, and you can create your own if you'd rather. There are also appetizers, pastas, salads, and desserts. There are a lot of vegetarian options.
It is more expensive than chain pizzas, but the prices were fair, and it is still less than chain Italian places like the Olive Garden. The food quality is excellent. The taste is superior.
Service was polite. My food and other diners' arrived in reasonable time.
The interior is small. There is also outdoor dining available. It is nicely decorated. I could have done without the TV. You can see into the kitchen, which is open to the dining room, from most of the seats.
This restaurant is in a sweet little spot overlooking Big Spring International Park in downtown Huntsville. Since it is small, come early or make a reservation. I arrived early, and the place was filled by the time I left.
The park is nice to wander through after you've eaten, and the rest of the downtown area is fun to explore. It's a very nice downtown, quite gentrified, and apparently has been since the city was born. Parking is easy and cheap.
If this restaurant were in my hometown, I would go frequently.
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