This venue is closed.
In a long-gentrified neighborhood, this storefront pizzeria doesn’t put on any airs. They don’t even seem to expect you to sit down on one of the handful of tables and chairs scattered around the linoleum floors of its two rooms. Only the front section looks set up for regular business. Slices range from traditional pepperoni and margherita to fusion concoctions like barbecue chicken and spicy taco pie. (The moderately thin, slightly floury crust holds up okay to next-day reheating.) Made-to-order pies feature the standard choices—mushrooms, onions, extra cheese—as well as less traditional add-ons like zucchini and jalapenos. Non-pizza options run from heroes, baked ziti, and ravioli to other givens like chicken parm and eggplant rollatini.Recommended Dishes
Baked ziti, $11; white slice, $4.50
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