No frills, no fuss, just excellent Napoli-ish pizza with a blistery, chewy, slightly sour crust and minimal toppings (it’s a tad denser than traditional Neapolitan pizza), a good-value drinks list, and a really great Caesar salad made with red and green romaine and house-smoked pancetta. The room cinderblock walls, concrete floors, hanging garage-style lights is sparse but for a few framed photos, which keeps your attention focused on your dining companions (never a bad thing). The service is friendly and casual, the room is buzzy, and the food always delivers all the makings of your new favourite hangout.