well, here's my report. if you wanna skip the bs, in short: meh.
we waited for 45 minutes which is a little excessive for this little area of boca. granted it was a friday night during primetime, but i watched 3 tables sit there, empty, but un-cleaned. i was about to just go sit down, but i was being civil.
i was very excited about this event. i had high hopes. maybe that made it hard to live up to. the server up sold me to their 'margarita' pizza which had fresh 'buffalo' mozz instead of their usual, and san marzano tomatoes, i believe. the pie went from around $18 to $25, so i see why he up sold me. i like to judge a pizza on 3 ingredients anyway: dough, cheese and sauce. so i figured what the hey.
i should've stuck with the regular pie. it didn't seem to make a difference from what i saw. the cheese was thin and quickly turned cold. the sauce was nothing to write home about.
the crust was light and airy, crispy, a bit thin. so, i was sorta happy about that. it took awhile for it to arrive. it seemed like they were working on cooking those suckers for a long time. that didn't make me happy as i know good pies are better at higher temps, typically.
my wife got some of those trendy 'oven baked' wings with the onions and the rosemary. they were ok. i had a domestic beer. the tab was over $45. i was surprised.
anyway, i could and do make better pies than this out of my home. and my oven is broken!
this place was 'cute', had a lot of business. had everything going for it. but i shan't be back. not worth the money.
I've never been to those other places, or really any of the supposed upper-echelon of pizza places in Brooklyn and new haven. but i sincerely hope they have something more to offer than this. I'll pay the price if it's worth it. but here, save your $$.