Service here is really funny, but really good (they waitresses are always very friendly and chatty, and the owner is often around to make recommendations). They're very helpful if you want to split a salad and will bring it on separate plates. The pizza is the highlight, of course, and is made in a brick oven. It's really exciting when you get a slice with a "bubble" in the crust. The crust is great, the sauce not too sweet, and the cheese is high quality. Their sausage is above average, and the other toppings are also good quality. There are entrances in the back and in the front. The decor is sort of old family restaurant style -- nothing fancy here, but the emphasis here is on food. Pizza is more expensive than average, but worth paying more. Pasta specials are excellent, like home made ravioli.