In attendance: Mycroft, Solids, Zeus, and myself: Moxie
that't about all I can muster for this most recent incarnation of the place across from the purple bicycle store. It's subtitle is "Brick Oven Pizza" The pizza's were pretty good, not great, not bad.
We started off with onion rings which was a big mistake. We had just had the best onion rings on the seacoast - Wheelies (potentially tragic aside: on a recent trip to Newmarket Mycroft discovered that Wheelies is no longer - they are now part of Mama Lena's of Stratham - we don't know what this means for the future of onion rings on the seacoast) the week before, so it really wasn't a fair fight.
We also tried the cheezy garlic bread, of which I have no memory whatsoever.
The pizzas had good crusts - they weren't bad. I remember that we were dissapointed in the spinach one for some reason. If I had to guess the reason, based on this picture, we were overwhelmed by sundried tomatoes, which should be used sparingly.
The margherita was good - fairly hard to mess up, anyway.
The pineapple and ham and barbecue chicken was genius.
The meat-a-palooza was a little too meaty. Go figure.