Stopped here after a wine tour. We decided that we wanted a quick and casual lunch, and this place fit the bill. We ordered a 14' artichoke pizza which was huge, and a house salad. Both were delicious and exactly what we were looking for.
My only gripe would be the paper plates. I can't understand why a nice pizzeria would use cheap paper plates (i.e., the kind that needs to be doubled up or else anything oily bleeds through). I would suggest investing in some basic plastic or ceramic plates ... only to match the great food and service of the restaurant!
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