After a long day we needed a fresh and flavorful neapolitan pie and A Mano was on the to do list. Got right in and was greeted by a friendly and professional waiter who never failed us throughout the night. There are several rooms andvwe were seated up front, which was slightly sterile and a bit lacking in positive energy. The back room seemed more cozy and lively so try to get in there. Now for the food- calamari was fresh and plentiful however both it and the marinara lacked any distinct flavor and punch. We ordered both a Regina pizza and a margharita pie, the latter being our favorite of the two. Pizza was fresh but slightly bland and not very substantial. We had to salt quite a bit to bring out the flavor. Overall, we were satisfied but there will be no lingering "crave factor". More flavorable local coal oven pizza choices include Brooklyns and Anthonys.
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