With a Stefano Ferrara wood-fired oven at the heart of this 40-seat pizza parlor, Life of Pie quickly becomes the life of the party. The pizza is Tuscan-style crust with just the right amount of crisp while maintaining a loyalty to lightness. The dough has been perfected for the oven and the toppings, making the marriage magnifico. The featured pies are artful and affordable. Fresh, fresh, fresh. Roasted leeks, applewood smoked bacon, fennel sausage, and confit garlic are all worth a spin. The mozzarella is stringy and made onsite.
You wouldn't think to try the appetizer menu in a pizza place, but the arancini should not be overlooked. Salad selection is simple and well-rounded. They do have a short wine list and beers on tap. Rumor has it that there is a Prosecco tap delivering that bubbly wine mixer in a future iteration of the bar. Build your own, or let Life of Pie take the worry out with their standbys. Either way, you're living the pizza life in style.