In Naples everyone raved about the pizza I found it tasty but the crust a bit too crunchy and dry here it is soft/pliable and the sauce not bland but not overly herbed - almost perfect.
We chose the Diavola - crushed tomatoes, red bell peppers, calabrese, crushed red peppers, garlic, mozzarella, basil, olio (we had it w/o meat - just as good) and $13.00.
I should mention We started with the mixed olives (Olive al Forno) warm with zest of orange and focaccia ($8.00), must have been a quarter pound of olives, took most of them home. Then salad (Insalada Grande - $9.00) was next. Mixed greens, fresh tomatoes, artichoke hearts, kalamata olives, mushrooms, pine nuts, cracked pepper, shaved parmigiana, with a balsamic vinaigrette.
The music is not loud, more like background. The painting on the walls Italian-themed. Come dressed casually and if you get here M-F 4-6:30 they have a small happy hour.
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