If I didn't live right next to Ranalli's on Lincoln and I wasn't constantly enticed by its outdoor seating, I probably wouldn't go back. Don't get me wrong--I've had some perfectly good experiences there. It's just inconsistent. Sometimes the pizza is great, sometimes I've choked down a piece and thrown the rest in the garbage. It seems that they try to do too much with their menu. I say make 10 things and make them great. They say make 50 things and make them however you feel like making them that day. The patio is great, though! If you're looking to have a beer and sit outside, I would highly recommend Ranalli's. If you're looking to eat, well, do so at your own risk. Since they seem to predominantly portray themselves as a pizza/Italian restaurant, I would stick to that type of food. I mean, when you order a burrito at a pizza joint, it shouldn't be too surprising when it's awful, right?