Went back to try the pizza and because the place is open late (same hours as Comal next door). Started with the fritto misto and two chalkboard specials, a very unphotogenic but delicious mushroom and cauliflower soup and a warm caponata that was so fragrant we decimated it before I thought to take a photo.
The pizza is Neapolitan style, so tender rather than crisp or crunchy, with a nice scorch top and bottom. We got a Big Ham with prosciutto cotto, mushrooms, and fresh basil. Great flavors. Bigger pies than Una Pizza Napoletana, one was plenty for two people with the other stuff we got.
Also had the chalkboard special eggplant parmagiana, another unphotogenic but delicious dish, dense and creamy.
Finished with the zeppole, barely remembered to get a photo. Four of these to a $6 order.
I really like this place. Most of the people who work there are Italian and it has a welcoming family-business atmosphere that's common in Italy but very rare here.