People who frequent the chain pizza delivery restaurants may be in for a surprise when they first see and taste authentic Italian pizza. First, the crust is very thin, baked in wood-burning ovens. The oven at La Pizzeria was shipped here from Italy. Second, the sauce is not the thick, sweet, tomato-paste heavy sauce that many of the take-out places use. Next, authentic Italian pizzas have fewer toppings. Some of the more memorable pizzas at La Pizzeria include ""Prosciutto e Rugola"" (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, prosciutto & Rugola salad) and ""Parmigiana"" (tomato sauce, eggplant, parmesan cheese & mozzarella cheese) . Finally, the pizza is brought to you straight from the oven, with a knife, and you cut it yourself. Many diners (myself included) like to bring a friend so that they can order two different pizzas to share. The atmosphere at La Pizzeria is relaxed and comforting, with an a rich wood interior and warm lighting. Service is excellent and prices are very competitive with the multitude of other restaurants lining Campbell Avenue. Visit once and you'll definitely return.