We ate here because of the high ranking and good reviews on Trip Advisor, and because of word of mouth. First off, this restaurant is TINY! The seating here is very uncomfortable if you sit at the bar, and the table in the center is designed for large parties or to sit with strangers. The menu is simple, and pretty affordable. Olive oil seemed to be a theme at this establishment, because of it's Italian authenticity. The pizza, however, was not impressive to me whatsoever. The outer crust was too burnt, and the center of the pizza's crust was slimy, and undercooked. It was very thin, and not great. I've had worse, but the pizza was way overrated in my opinion. I also tasted the Wanderlust pale ale beer they had on tap here, which was from a local brewery here in Flagstaff. The beer was actually quite good, and helped make the pizza taste better! We ordered chocolate chip/vanilla bean gelato, which was a pleasant tasting surprise. The flavor changes every day, so be sure to check the chalkboard for the flavor of the day! The staff was amazingly friendly, the ambience was decent, and I loved the brick oven. Overall experience was "ok". I would only recommend this place if you are used to eating at places like California Pizza Kitchen, and other gourmet pizza places. It's not a great place if you are looking for good, thick, hearty, yummy tasting pizza.
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