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Thursday, 08 May 2014



Great post! I noticed there's a lot more of these types of pizza joints nowadays, each a little different than the other. Went here a few months ago and liked the selections that we had. Wasn't a fan of the pizza with arugula on top. It ended up just falling off. Good location. Near Alforon and the new shave ice place.


Thanks, cc. The Mozzarella Salad was different, and we just ate the salad using a fork and tore off the bread (since it wasn't sliced anyhow). It's a good neighborhood; we first lived here when we moved to San Diego-nice to see all the businesses there that are thriving.


That looks delicious. The San Marzano are so worth the extra cost to for pizza or spaghetti sauce.


The food here is really good, Bill. I almost don't want to try the other iterations of this business around town for fear of being disappointed. The tomatoes, plain and just crushed on the pie or all it needs; superb flavor.

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