My wife and I decided to try Jules since she was on vacation and found it different but good. Their thin crust pizza is more like a flatbread than a pizza in my opinion, but the toppings were not over powering and we're very good. We had eggplant, which was sliced very thin and had a button of ricotta in the center of each slice, a sausage and onion, the sausage was slice lengthwise and also was extremely thin with fresh onion, and a bruschetta, which had diced onion tomatoes and arugula. All had tomato sauce and mozzarella and then we're covered by the toppings. Toppings were extremely thinly sliced but were very flavorful and the slices were very light, which of course meant we had seconds. Price wise they were 3.00 per slice, which in newtown is not overly expensive, but if you went a block down to Newtown pizza you get a much heartier slice. All in all the "pizza" was good and yes we would go back again.