This pizza joint is hidden down an alley with several other small eateries. The patio seating looked inviting and there were enough tables, both inside and out, to seat the constant stream of people both eating in and picking up. The menu is a little limited, but the specialties should satisfy anyone, and the small size was perfect for two with the edition of green salads (served in plastic to-go boxes) and a pitcher of draft beer. Both the beer and the wine menu met our scrutiny, and the servers were cordial and attentive. You do have to stand and order in line, get your number, and find your table, but we had no problem with the speed of the line, or the speed of the order delivery. Parking could be a bit difficult- the lot right at the pizza place is pretty small, and you do have to pay attention to the hours they allow- the parking nazis will ticket if you over-stay the wrong part of the lot. There was another larger lot across a bridge that was not too distant- we noted the locals were using this lot more than the closer one. It was a very pleasant way to spend a late afternoon, and we were very full when we finished.
Recommended by a local-in-the-know, we highly recommend trying this place for fair priced, great pizza!
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