This restaurant is not a fancy place for a special occasion, but it's not just a pizza place. The wood fired pizza is very good with a crisp crust. The stars on the menu are the small plates and the pasta. Fried squash blossoms with shaved squash salad was excellent. The lobster pasta was good but not particularly memorable, but the morel and sausage pasta more than made up for it. It's a little loud but certainly tolerable. There is plenty seating at the bar if reservations are tight. Parking is available in a shared lot with The Ordinary. Not your standard Charleston Italian, and well worth a visit.