Positives: Wood fired pizza oven - a big plus or this would have been one star. House made dough using imported Italian ingredients. Well cooked dough and crust. Good Neapolitan style pizza at this point. Read on.
Negatives: The fennel pizza and the Caesar salad were visually unappealing. Both were bland in appearance. Both needed some green basil. The Caesar salad was good but appeared to simply be a small Romain salad with creamy Caesar dressing...no tomatoes and no color. The wood fired garlic bread was good but was too oily and, even for a garlic lover, had a tremendous amount of garlic on it. It also needed some color...some basil or something. The restaurant is quite small and there are five speakers in the ceiling playing annoyingly loud music. Suggest you sit on the patio...but that may require reservations. Also, you should get reservations anyway since we saw several walk-ins turned away even though there were empty tables. The service was slow and all soft drinks and beer are in cans or bottles. There are no fountain soft drinks and therefore no refills. It appears they want you to drink wine which another reviewer said started at $10 per glass. The place is also moderately expensive but that may be due to the increased overhead of importing Italian four and tomato sauce and having a wood fired pizza oven. We will not return.
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