The home of pizza
From the outside, it's nothing special. It's just another restaurant in a strip mall. The exterior is painted a basic beige color, and the only signal of the location comes from the Western style tile roof. Just a regular old place on the edge of a suburb. Turn left at the Walgreens and you can't miss it.
The first thing you notice when you walk inside in the monstrous brick pizza oven crammed into the corner behind the bar. That's when you realize what this place is all about. Now, there are plenty of places with brick pizza ovens. But this one’s special. The restaurant is certified by the Neapolitan Pizza Association. They follow stringent requirements regarding their pizza, everything ranging from the size of the pizza to where their ingredients come from.
The pizza is heaven. The oven runs right around 1000 degrees, so the pizza comes out with a perfectly balanced crust, with just the right level of crispiness on the outside, yet the inside manages to stay perfectly moist and fluffy. You can even taste the wood smoke blackened gently onto the crust.