What we liked about this place was the relatively simple menu and the thin crust pizza. It was very similar to the pizza we had on our various trips to Italy. The crust is thin and the bottom is crispy and the toppings are not overpowering. It is a healthy, delicate food item - not the heavy, cheap, macho, fat and starchy item in the typical American pizza joint.
Their other menu items are also quite good. Don't miss the Brussel Sprout Salad (seasonal). I don't even like B.S. but this is very good.
Their Braised Short Ribs is outstanding and so is their leg of lamb.