Went here last night for a quick dinner. I was never super keen on Charlie Bird but was curious about the pizzas here.
The braised leeks with Parmigiano and walnuts was soothing and good. A simple but smart dish.
Diavola pizza -- basically a Margherita with spicy salami, Provolone, chile, and mint -- was tasty but some of the Provolone cubes had not melted and I found the combination of Mozzarella and Provolone strange. The salami had good funk. The crust of the pizzas is comparable to Franny's in style, the crust a little more crisp with less of the satisfying chew you usually get at Franny's.
The clam pizza was what really called Franny's to mind. Whereas I love the freshness of the Franny's version, this clam pizza tasted exactly like clam chowder - and not in a good way. It was heavy on the palate. They served it with a lemon wedge.
$22 and $24 respectively for the pizzas, with the prices including service.