This place is really great. Seating downstairs, or upstairs on the balcony area, very unique atmosphere and decor. The pizza crusts are always perfectly thin and crispy (but I've yet to bite into a hard, crunchy, dry slice), and the prices are very reasonable. Seems kind of undiscovered, which is fine by me because I hate waiting in line. The employees are very efficient and friendly. I've had people tell me that they found this place difficult to find; it is very close to Trinity, if that makes for a better landmark.
Pros: Good pizza and service for a reasonable price.
Cons: There tend to be a lot of pan-handlers in this area.