Personally, my mouth waters every time I enter this cozy little restaurant and the smell of delicious pizza wafts up my nostrils. I'm Pavlov's dog for this place. My boyfriend and I always order the half carafe of chianti (a good deal at $10) and a pizza each (also not bad at $12-$16 a pie) then box up the rest for encore breakfast the next day. If you're into thin crispy crusts whose only purpose is to hold up toppings, I agree you won't like the pizza here. But if you dig the salty olive-oil doughy variety, not too thick and not too thin and just out of a brick oven fire... you'll wonder how Dominos stays in business. Every few weeks it seems like the menu changes slightly, which is nice because you get to try completely different flavors. My fave was one with juicy olives paired with the contrasting taste of tiny champage grapes. The cheeses, salami, sausage, mushrooms and olives are all top-quality and complex in their flavors. Desserts are a bit frou-frou, but still quite good. Give this place a try if you're a fan of Tutta Bella and other non-marinara-slathered pizzas. I suggest lunch on the weekends or dinner before 6:30 if you don't want to wait long for a table. Caio!