|Just don't call it "pizza". This Italian pinseria shop serves pinsa, an Italian flatbread, Italian cheeses and meats, and a lot of wine by the glass. It's a kitchy place located in an alleyway off a dodgy 6th Street complete with non-functional antique telephone equipment. There are a number of wooden tables with metal stools and benches for seating. For espresso, they use a Faema E61 classic to pull shots of espresso in tiny glass shotglasses with a moderate later of lighter brown crema. It has a modest body with some fruit layered in with spice. Three-sips short served alongside a tiny metallic pail with sugar cubes. Not bad for a restaurant, but hardly a solid espresso.