We had more success with the pizzas. The simple margherita ($13), with tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil, had a nice, crispy crust. There were several other intriguing options, including the Kennett Square-with local wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, roasted garlic, garlic-herb-ricotta cream, and white truffle oil-but we opted for the giardinia ($14), with roasted red peppers, wild mushrooms, arugula, caramelized onion, and hearth-roasted chili, partially on the basis of the picture that popped up on our iPad menu. In the picture, the bright toppings erupted from the pie like a topographical map and the fresh arugula was piled in the middle-it looked enticing and atypical-but it arrived looked like a standard veggie pizza, with limp, overcooked vegetables (including the arugula) peeking out from the cheese. Still, the crust was solid, and if we hadn't been teased by the picture, we might have been more satisfied with what we got.