We saw their stand at the Restaurant Week Kickoff, tried their pizza and desserts, and were very pleased with what they had so we stopped in to try them out.
The location is clean but warm, and very different from the typical pizza place. The girls serving us were friendly and helped explain how to order.
They had a lot of different types of pizza as you walk in, and also have “create your own” pizzas and panini if you want something different made to order.
We both had the ‘restaurant week’ special, which was a square slice, a small salad and a drink for under $10. Definitely recommend this place and we will be back for sure!
P.S. We also couldn’t resist their cannoli, that we had also tried at the event.
Nice people and cool atmosphere but not very keen on the concept. It's basically just pre-cooked pizza under heat lamps cafeteria style. Although it didn't taste too bad I'd much prefer a fresh made to order pizza than this. Woman behind the counter was great and it had a cool vibe, but the food just wasn't that fantastic.
What a nice surprise! I stopped by at the spur of the moment because I was hungry and wanted a snack. The focaccia is fresh and delicious and there is plenty to choose from. It is sold by the slice. The crust is nicely done and is not heavy. The toppings are not like the traditional pizza joint but fresher and healthier yet so flavorful. The restaurant is very clean and simply decorated and you can eat in or take it with you. Lovely food and I will definitely become a regular.
I really like the atmosphere here. It's very simple but clean and chic. There's no table service and you order at the counter. The pizza here is a healthier and, in my option, a much tastier version than you get elsewhere. It is not made to order but is fresh and hot. Servers offer a very warm greeting and plenty of ordering advice. What's not to like?