This restaurant serves 13" pizzas (the only size), plus pasta dishes, calzones and panini. There is a nice outside courtyard, but in August it is too hot to sit there at 6:30 pm, although as we left, there were a few people willing to try. There are wooden straight back chairs and tables inside. There is a small bar you can sit at. There is a variety of wines. The pizza we had was the house special, Pizza Rossa, with a little bit of everything -- artichokes, black olives, green chilis, plus a lot more I can't remember, and the usual cheese and tomato, at $10.99, a very reasonable price. If you want parmesan cheese, they will grate it over your pizza. The side salad was a mix of greens, with blue cheese, and craisins, with a balsamic vinagrette dressing. It was good, but a bit expensive at $4.95. On Saturday night, they had a fellow playing the guitar and singing. He certainly played and sang loudly enough, but I could have done without him or with somewhat softer music. We did not have dessert, but they seem to have a large variety of Italian ice cream. It was in a display case as we entered. We were waited on promptly. There seems to be ample parking -- in front and on the side of the building.
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