Our eating establishments reflect the era and epoch out of which they emerged and that's what makes it all (life) so interesting. This is a pizza shop with 80s Gen X attitude. But the attitude is all in the looks, really, as I have yet to find the staff as mean and indifferent as they appear and not even close to the 70 year old waiters at La Luna in New York's Littly Italy. Nuff said.
The style here, again, is very different than Broadway pizza (thin crust) witth its medium crust and Leaning Tower (traditional toppings) with its inventive and delightfully surpirsing ingredients and a lilte less thick a build up than Greenmill (thick as a brick). Pizza Luce is gourmet pizza without an accent or snottiness (Wolfgang Puck) and I am tempted to say this is the best pizza in the city but for the problem that all these different styles appeal to the fansy at different times. You've got to try this pizza!
** In the interest of full disclosure I have not eaten
pizza in three years but used to frequent them
often and I love Broders Cucina