Finally got to try Masullo last weekend for lunch. The four of us started with the mixed Sevillano olive along with a order of rosemary salted almonds for appertizers. On this hot afternoon I had a pint of the Sudwerk pilsner. Always a great beer when in the area. The pizza's came out of the 800 degree wood fired oven with a slight smoky taste and a thin soft crust .You also could taste the light sourdough flavor.We had Mozzarella, dry chorizo, garlic, chili oil, topped with arugula on this non tomato based pizza. Another with a light tomato base, topped with mozzarella,goat cheese,oyster mushroom,and onion. I really enjoyed the fresh ingredients along with the care of Masullo pizzeria.