The antithesis of Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, Piece's flat pies mimic those made famous in New Haven, Connecticut. The somewhat free-form, eat-off-the-baking-sheet pizzas come in plain (tomato sauce, Parmesan, and garlic), white (olive oil, garlic, and mozzarella), or traditional red, with lots of topping options. Salads like the greens with Gorgonzola and pears are more stylish than expected, and house-brewed beers pair perfectly with the chow. It's good enough that multipierced Wicker Parkers are willing to risk dining alongside local families (with kids in tow) in this former garage space.
Mar 10, 2007
Very good thin crust pizza....it's great because you can pick different types of pizza with different sauces. They also have their own beer which is great!