My husband and I decided to try this place out tonight and we were both disappointed.
Upon walking in the door, the decor was pretty plain and cafe like. They have a wood fired stove for pizza which I was excited about, but I didn't smell it like you normally can. The waiter was young and didn't know how to pronounce things on the specials like "Tilapia". He was young so I will give him a pass. My husband ordered the Lasagna and he said the sauce was too sweet. I ordered the Marinara pizza which was topped with Gaeto olives, capers, anchovies and basil. The pizza crust was quite good, thin and crispy, but the toppings were just too overpowering.
I don't see us going back.