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If you're a fan of thin-crust pizzas, Spizza would hit all the right buttons. The pizza crust here is very thin so when baked, it attains a crisp, almost biscuit-like texture.
($13): served alongside a refreshing pizzaiolo dip. This was largely decent, but the rings were a tad more chewy than I'd like. That being said, at least they weren't rubbery.
($11): layered with strips of basil for a peppery accent. The tongue-numbingly hot salsa provided a zesty lift to the creamy fried balls of cheesy goodness
3) Portobello Al Forno
($12.50) was a little lacking in salt, even if the bolognese topping was pretty hearty. We had to heap several teaspoonfuls of parmesan cheese onto these to up the sodium content
($20 medium): parma ham and rucola salad.
($18): a perfectly baked egg and heavenly black truffle paste