It has been open for a few weeks and there's a bit of a buzz about the place. I've heard from others that they went or are going, so the word-of-mouth is working for them. But, while they're clearly working to get the kinks out of their operation, the place shows some promise. They'll need to improve the main event - the pizza pies - but they're not that far off.I ordered the same pie as I ordered last time: The Diavola. And this time? It was markedly better. While there is still something weird going on with the cutting/distribution of the meat, the pie was cooked longer/deeper and the cheese applied more generously. Most surprisingly, the crust held up and wasn't floppy - which is what I hate most with Neapolitan pies.
I received one obnoxious comment on the first post, and if that person is still reading/trolling, I can happily tell them that things have improved and the pies have gotten better. They still have a nice crowd (maybe because of the big outdoor seating area?), so they're still doing good.