Ended up here on a whim on a Saturday. Fortunately we were able to make a last minute reservation at lunch and were delighted with the result. The restaurant is small and constantly busy. The pizza is the star as it well should be. We shared and appetizer and a pizza. With a glass of wine, coffee and a fabulous salted caramel budino we paid close to $70 for lunch. Prices are on the steep side, but you are getting quality ingredients.
The food is great! The pizza crust is crisp, blistered and chewy with fabulous toppings -- we had the rapini which was wonderfully bitter. Service uses the team approach and is genial and efficient. Tables are very, very close together. You cannot help but interact with the other diners, tables are that close.
Despite that drawback, and the surprising way you are hustled through your meal without realizing it, I would go back if a reservation were possible to get. If you can go, go for the very best, most interesting pizza you have ever eaten!
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