The beach locations of this popular restaurant defy all expectations of a neighborhood pizza joint. Bright colors and geometric patterns accent the dining room, which manages to look retro (soda-fountain chairs) and modern (steel columns) at the same time. The menu is fairly predictable; there's pizza by the slice and by the pie, plus standbys like lasagna and ravioli. The clientele, too, is typical beachgoer, with lots of young surfer dudes and dudettes and sunburned families, as well as a fair representation of older Atlantic Beach couples, who come for the food more than the scene. Service is quick, but finding parking at peak hours can be a problem. Check behind the restaurant as well as out front. There's also a branch in Ponte Vedra Beach.