We had lunch at Pizza Napoli, which is owned by the same folks who own Angelina's. They' have wood oven pizza, very thin, crispy crust, and some interesting combinations. We had a small Sicilianno (I think that's what it was called) pizza, and it was yummy. The sausage on it was nicely spiced, but the red sauce was a little on the sweet side (which seems to be something of a trend with pizzas, we usually prefer a spicer, not so sweet, sauce). It was a little runny, but very yummy. We had the same waiter there that we'd had at Angelina's the night before, and the owner and the waiter both recognized us. That's not difficult, we are rather an unusual looking pair, but it was still nice. :) The pizza was $13 and was a 12 inch. They also have 16 inch pizzas, and many of the same salads/appetizers as Angelina's.
We ate on the patio because the sun had come out, and it was a very pleasant lunch. I highly recommend them to anyone.