Stumbled across this place after a cold walk from the Cutting Room on East 32nd. Hungry and thirsty and in need of some TLC (Ronnie Wood only played an hour) this little place did not disappoint. Small, narrow and busy but the friendly staff made us feel very welcome. Restaurants with a purpose and a heritage don't usually disappoint. The heritage of the owners is a part of the menu and told with pride by the staff. Their specialty are thin crust pizzas and they don't disappoint. We had the Prosciutto and Arugula and it was delicious. Washed down with a glass of Shiraz it was the perfect combination. All glasses of red wine are priced at $8.00 so it takes the decision rightly right down to what tastes best for you. A satisfying meal, presented with love in a relaxing atmosphere leaving us to ponder one question. Will Keith join Ronnie and Mick this weekend? By the time you read this the answer will probably be apparent.
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