I was in town for a race, and a volunteer recommended Jimmy's Pizza. It's in a downtown storefront, and when I walked in I saw a curved lunch counter with a dozen stools and a number of booths for two and four people. The booths were full, and I was alone, so I took a counter seat. Three servers were friendly and efficient in taking care of the customers, who were a mix of regulars and out-of-towers. I ordered the green salad, which lived up to its name: just lettuce and a little sliced tomato on top. That was fine for me; others might prefer to upgrade to another salad option. The chicken Parmesan, served with spaghetti, was "out of this world" good. The breading was just right, and the cheese covered the metal plate on which it was served. The garlic bread was light and good, and I walked away more content than when I arrived. One long wall is artfully painted with bright Italian scenes, and the cheerful of the art is well matched by the food and friendly service. I plan to go back!