November 30th, 1999 12:00 am | Food Reviews & Stories


A welcome surprise: This camper, adorned with a landscape painting and parked in front of a weaving studio just north of Southeast Powell Boulevard, turns out 12-inch pizzas that are every bit as tasty as the goods at almost any wheel-less pizzeria in town. The paper-thin, slightly sour crusts are charred enough to be offputting to customers raised on Domino’s; if artisan pizza’s your thing, however, you’ll want to eat two. The pizzas cook quickly but are in high demand, so call ahead. (BW)

BEST BITE: “Three Sisters,” topped with kalamata olives, mushrooms and red onion, $3.

CHEAPEST BITE: Basic cheese, $11.


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