Posted 16 June 2012 - 02:16 PM
The address is 309, next to the Crown Plaza. And, the pizza is excellent.
Soft, but lightly charred thin crust. Clean, pure flavors. The "classic" Neopolitan had just dough, a thin smear of tomato and oregano, and a few dabs of burrata. This is excellent pizza, priced between $10 and $23, depending on how elaborate you want to get.
There was a walnut and Gorgonzola pizza, several versions of white pizza, clam pizza, etc. Good selection of Italian beers by the bottle. Several salads with a range of dressings. Many tables ordered three or four pies and sampled back and forth.
Good alternative for the pre-theater dinner crowd. Half empty at 6, taking names at 6.45. The pizza takes about three minutes to cook, you can keep track on the wide screen TV regardless of where you're sitting. Nice, pleasant bar area, too.
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