They say this is the best pizza outside of New York, but I will let you be the judge of that. This place is jamming during peak dining times, so plan accordingly and be prepared for a short wait. Lunch appeals to hungry locals and the area business professionals. The menu during lunch is limited to pizza slices, pastas and sandwiches. The dinner menu offers a lot more and is in line with what Italians expect when it comes to their food. Patrons can expect dishes like penne a la vodka, veal parmigiana, chicken Marsala, shrimp scampi and chicken Alfredo on the dinner menu. The dining room is small and table spacing is minimal, so rubbing elbows with someone can be quite literal. The service is swift and efficient. They'll cater to what you want: a quick bite and you're in and out or a casual meal where you can kick back and relax.