… is the pizzas, all of them, at Setta Luna in Easton, PA. It's a trek, a good hour for me in Princeton (and maybe a little of the map for this board), but it's head and shoulders above the suspect local stuff here and on a par with the best I've ever had. (I grew up in the Bronx and have eaten pizza in Rome and Naples, and around Jersey and the Bay Area, where I lived for a while.) That so-called Neapolitan in New York (the one that used to be in Point Pleasant, I think) was a real disappointment — honest, but no life to it — but the crust on these pizzas is lively in your mouth and full of flavor, and what's on top is all top notch. Setta Luna is a restaurant and bar, and in the evening serves antipasti and pasta and I think some entrées as well, and a large selection of microbrewery beer.