I had their version of Hawaiian pizza. The pineapple was freshly cut, but was not thick enough so it was extremely dry. The ham was extremely salty, almost prosciutto salty, and was cut into 1/2 chunks. The crust was only crunchy on the outskirts. The thin crust was plizzetta style and would have been better w/ lighter ingredients on top to keep the middle crunchy.
My wife had the cornmeal crusted cod. That was very good. The side of ricotta cheese mashed potatoes was good, but even better if you mixed it w/ the tomato salsa :-)
The creme brulee was excellent.
Probably worth a 2nd visit, but not for the pizza...
p.s., it was funny how a few couples popped by thinking it was Franklin Cafe :-)