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Joanie | Jun 26, 2002 08:12 AM

Or whatever they call themselves, the new pizza place across from the Harvard Sq. theater (my brother saw James Woods on Church St. the day before but I had no such luck). It was pretty good but damn, I don't think I've ever seen such a limited menu. There were about 8 pizzas, 5 salads and tiramisu. That was it. I didn't even see the option of making your own pizza altho I can't imagine they'd say no if you asked. My friend was a little late and the waitress asked if I wanted to order a snack while I waited and I said, You don't really have snacks. She asked if I wanted bread sticks and I said sure. They were very tasty parmesan ones, kind of spicy. Not sure if someone forgot to bring them or if you have to ask, but grab a few. We got portobello/roasted onion/asiago and chicken/pesto half pizzas, $7 and $8. Full size were $12-14. Crisp thin crust, good ingredients. Decent room, bigger than I thought. Another place to try for those on the endless quest for good pizza.

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