We've been going to Pizzeria 712 since it first opened several years ago, and we have never eaten anything we don't love. The pizza is so delicious and such a high quality, it shouldn't even be in the same category as most pizza you eat. You have to try it.
The restaurant is small with a hip, funky atmosphere. There are only a dozen or so tables, plus a few outside in the summer, so definitely call ahead for reservations if you're going on a weekend evening. They trade out the artwork regularly from local artists, so there's always something interesting and new to look at on the walls.
The menu changes frequently, too. There are generally 4-6 appetizers, 3-4 salads, and 5-7 pizzas, plus 3-4 desserts. A few favorites stay constant, but most items change every few weeks. It makes the menu fresh and fun every time you go. All menu items are made of locally grown, organic, seasonal items as much as possible. So you might get a bacon, gorgozolla and squash pizza in the winter, and a roasted tomato, corn and red onion pizza in late summer. Even the meats are often made in house--like the speck, bacon, sausage, etc. Nothing is canned. It's all made from scratch daily, and you can taste the difference. And everything is cooked in the 712 degree brick pizza oven (hence the name).
If I have one complaint about this restaurant it's that the service is, and always has been, ho-hum. They hire hip servers who, at worst, give off the air of being too good to bother with you and, at best, are unenthusiastic. So don't go expecting one of those super cheerful, bend-over-backwards serving experiences. Just go for the amazing food, and don't expect much more, and you won't be dissapointed.
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