There ain't much to this Northwest pizzeria aside from pizza, beer and its New York attitude. The slices are thin, the sauce is thick, the cheese is cheesy, the veggies are plentiful and fresh, and, for purists, the whole package is completely foldable. Oh yeah, and it's cheap, too (slices start at $2.25). While the stand-in-line-stare-at-New-York-bric-a-brac-grab-a-stool set-up isn't anything like modern NYC, the packrat aesthetic is closer to the '70s melting-pot grit of that city than the current capital of commerce could ever conjure. (MB)