As a Foodie, I am also a fan of the Food Channel. It seems whenever they make over a restaurant on the "Restaurant Impossible" show, there is a suggestion to "pare down the menu" to a lot fewer selections. In all of my travels and experiences at restaurants, I can honestly say that when it comes to local places, fewer choices=fresher tasting selections.
This place has a very small menu, however, everything we had was of superior quality. The salads were outstanding and easily make up half of your meal. The night that I visited, I had a salad with oranges, almonds and champagne vinegar. The pizzas are made in a wood fired oven with fresh ingredients.
The Margherita pizza tastes similar to what I had in Italy...San Marzano Tomatoes, fresh cheese and basil. Suggestion...they should chiffonade their basil so that it covers more surface area of the pizza.
If this place was in my own home neighborhood, I would go there at least twice a month.
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