I've gone to Di Fara's several times. The first couple of times the pizza was good. It was cool in a way that the old guy takes his time and cuts the basil for the finishing touch.
The other day I was there, I got a slice of square with sausage and onion , it was inedible. ( bad photo attached). Sorry about the photo.
It was burnt, not the burnt like John's always has on the bottom of a pizza. Hard to chew black , totally burnt. Took two bites and threw it away. Then I went to my second slice , regular Napoli pizza, also with sausage and onions. Undercooked. I mean way way undercooked.( same photo)
So, I didn't give up and they had a slice that I didn't have to wait for. Plain Napoli slice, the soggiest, oiliest pizza ever. Pretty much inedible. I doubt if I will ever go back there. It was the worst pizza I ever had.