This casual, well-executed Italian spot is the perfect place for a pizza and beer or glass of wine. The setting is semi-industrial with exposed ducts, polished concrete floors, and marble counters. Whether you dine with a group at the large wooden communal table or watch chefs toss arugula salads at the marble counter, you'll feel a brisk, friendly energy here. Ten kinds of thin, crisp pizzas are available, perhaps topped with slices of deliciously salty speck and creamy mozzarella, or the perennially popular manciata, a doughy crust topped with salad. (No health points for that one, sadly). Inventive and seasonal antipasti made with local produce and comforting desserts (think double-chocolate brownies) round out the top-notch offerings.
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