The well-stocked wooden bar is the centerpiece of this tiny eatery, where the roaring brick oven and pizza-dough kneaders are in full view. The focaccia makes a great starter, served with a variety of dips including Clemente-olive spread, garlic confit, and, for Middle Eastern good measure, labaneh (yogurt cheese). The Balkan pizza, topped with grilled eggplant, peppers, and feta cheese, is especially tasty. The narrow porch is your perch to watch the people strolling and cycling along the tree-lined center of Rothschild Boulevard.
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