I appreciate the care and expense put into the design with the Comfort Pizza labeled fixtures. They did a very fine job on the renovations with quite a few innovations. The atmosphere is pleasant - umbrella- covered outdoor seating - especially in cooler temps, but ordering could have been more efficient. Only one small menu attached to a small, but well-crafted clip board was at the walk-up ordering counter. We had to pass it around and this made us feel rushed and unable to fully read the irreverently written menu. When we finished ordering we were offered a to-go menu. Drinks and salad came quickly. The cactus pear drink is absolutely delicious. The wait for the pizza was reasonably, about 12 minutes. We were the only customers at 12:30pm. The pizza was good, much better than any other pizza in this area. The thin crisp-edged crust was burnt on the edges, but not inedible. The light, house made pizza sauce was very herb-y with small diced tomatoes visible. It was oregano- heavy for my taste, but my companion really liked the flavor. Ample portions of prosciutto plus our other choice topped the pizza. I found the prosciutto super salty and removed it from my pizza. I also found that the oregano flavor of the sauce overpowered the toppings and was not a pleasant combination. It is difficult to find a good crust in this area and had the center of the crust held up to the toppings and the crispness of the edges, this crust would have been superior. I don't see how the crust can hold one of the combinations - which do sound inventive and tasty - without the toppings falling off each slice. To me this pizza would be best with a single topping that does not compete with the heavily flavored pizza sauce. I certainly appreciate the quality ingredients and the thin, wood-fired crust. But $2 and $3 per topping after cheese is expensive. I will definitely go back for a single topping pizza because this type of thin crust pizza is so hard to come by, the ingredients are fresh and natural, the owners have created something unique, and I like good design, plus I am intrigued by chili-infused pineapple and want another cactus drink.
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