This small pizzaria offers pizza by the slice. Though they don't use a wood or coal fired stove, the slices of pizza are very good with the best, IMHO, being the cioppino. I am not sure where the name comes from since it hardly tastes anything like cioppino, but rather it more like what I know as Margherita pizza - fresh tomatoes and basil. \r
One negative was the party pizzas we ordered for a family get-to-gether. The crust was unusually thick and way too soft. We will stick with slices or regular sized pizzas in the future.
Pros: Excellent slices particularly cioppino
Cons: Avoid the party pizzas