A glowing presence in its industrial neighborhood, Luma's attractive red-and-yellow neon sign (the handiwork of owner Tim Tatum) is immediately recognizable. The artsy atmosphere meshes well with sunny orange walls and deep chocolate booths, though it can get a bit noisy. For a quieter meal, request a table in the front corner nook. This is a friendly, crowd-pleasing, neighborhood destination drawing local families to dine on crispy build-your-own pizzas and other comforting delights. Consider your pizza options while indulging in guilt-ridden starters like "friends of the devil," a duo of prosciutto-wrapped figs and bacon-wrapped dates filled with goat cheese. Follow your pizza with chocolate-raspberry crêpes and excellent French-press coffee.
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