The owners have invested quite a lot of money in Franco's brick oven, which is prominently displayed behind the large L-shaped bar and is one of the first things you notice. And they've made good use of it too. On my first visit, I had the locavore pizza ($14.99), which had a well-made crust and toppings—grilled asparagus, roasted red peppers, broccoli rabe, and roasted garlic—that had the perfect amount of caramelization and crunch. But I was really enamored by the restaurant's gnocchi ($12.49). The little dumplings were light, fluffy, and delicate, with a thick tomato cream sauce dappled with ricotta. It was so delicious, I almost forgot my manners enough to lick the bowl. On the strength of these two items, I planned a return trip with my son and a friend.