A new pizza spot close to uptown and makes a great place for lunch or after office hangouts. The cocktail collection is tasteful, and they also have a couple of draft beers and bottler beers. I wish they had a bigger selection of draft beer options. The pizzas were very tasty and felt fresh. Crust is not too thick and almost felt like a flat bread but more airy. Rosemary is the one that I liked personally. The staff is very courteous and accommodating. Ambiance is perfect and rustic with a nice selection of music in the background. I would definitely recommend this place and a must try.
Sourdough. Pizza. I dont think anyone else in the city is doing this style so you need to RUN. Its absolutely incredible. Everything - the pizza, the salads, the ambiance, the service.. Super excited to add this to our rotation of date night spots.
CRUST: soft and crunchy with amazing air bubbles....get dips, wish we had. Because you will eat the crust. PIZZA: Very big, we each had 2 pieces with 3 leftover. Rosemary Pesto: the pizza was very tasty. The pesto was not over powering. The caramelized red onions were thin and added a hint of sweetness DRINKS: Perfect blend, we had the BFF old fashioned (spot on) and El Diablo (a little sweet with a hint of spice) SERVICE: A-one SALAD: Arugula-Bitter needed a fruit (maybe pear) to balance it out. I love pizza, and I'm an advid follower of anything Trey Wilson stamps. His new spot didn't disappoint at all. We did make reservations in advance, but the building is very spacious with loads of indoor and outdoor seating. Very large bar and large kitchen to view from the seating area. Wood benches and chairs, wish the settee had padding. We will be back. Wish they did lunch service
Pizza and the menus items I tried are too over priced for what they are. I would call this NY Style for sure, but not the same as a true NY slice. My pie looked to be cooked perfectly, was either a little underdone, or the sauce was too watery making the dough underneath soggy. Bread products were over salted (heavy handed with the sprinkle salt), and Pesto Buratta was just not that great (bland in flavor, but plenty of salt). I was super excited to have a NYC pizza place here in Charlotte, but unfortunately this does not compare to the better (and cheaper) pizza found at Di Faras, a sister location to the famous spot from Brooklyn. I would still make the drive and recommend that over this one. Disclaimer: I dont mind paying more for a great slice, but with that I feel the need to be more critical of the food, compared to something cheaper.
One of the better pizzas I've had in Charlotte. Unbelievable crunch. The entire pizza remained crispy in the box even 20 min later. It was so thin and cracked like. I'd give 5 stars but it was a little overdone. The undercarriage was charred too much for my liking. 10/10 will come again.