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Comments on: New Kid on the Neapolitan Block All Things Tasty 2010-10-23T00:04:25Z WordPress By: Josh Josh 2008-12-09T04:32:11Z 2008-12-09T04:32:11Z Couldn’t agree more with your assessment. I had a truly cringe inducing service experience at this restaurant, the pinnacle of which was starting my meal with a fork that was crusted in hardened cheese, only to have it replaced by one that was covered in syrup. We opened the meal with the saddest calamari I have ever had, overfried to the point of being burnt, yet totally soggy.

Then came the pizzas - totally, shockingly, amazing delicious. We had the Margherita, the salami, and the crazy concoction of ham, peas, mushrooms, and eggs. All three were top notch, with particular props for the thick, spicy, and sweet salami. I asked the chef where he got it from and he said a guy named Mario who ships it from Italy. The ham, pea, mushroom pizza really made up for all the failings I had to start. Chef said he stews the peas in sweated sweet onions and the combo really worked well.
I wish I had some right now.