The pizza is unusual in it's rectangular shape, but it is delicious. At lunch time you can get a variety of slices, and they often have quite creative toppings. The crust is quite thick, which is just how I like it. This isn't your greasy cheese variety pizza -- it's much better. I recommend experimenting with their different toppings (ricotta, asparagus, caramelized onions are some of my favorites). They also have delicious panini. The pizza is a little expensive, but it's very big, and it reheats nicely the next day. Traffic can be a pain along Highland Ave., but parking is not a problem. In the summer you can sit on their outside patio. Convenient if you're shopping in the area.