You have to order a build-your-own pizza with the red tomato sauce. Then you have plenty to choose from in terms of herbs and vegetables: grilled zucchini, marinated mushrooms, several types of tomatoes, garlic, fresh oregano and basil, Brussel sprouts, asparagus and artichokes (plus more). Make sure to specify no cheese as a topping or as a last-minute dusting that is common among pizza places. You also may want to hold the drizzle of olive oil for a healthier meal. The dough is a thin crust, Neapolitan style pizza baked quickly in a brick oven.
We find that by splitting one pizza, we are almost full. Side options include a build-your-own salad, homemade potato chips, a daily vegetable and homemade applesauce. With one of the sides and a pizza, that is usually enough for both of us. There is a nice rotating choice of beers on tap, as well as mixed drinks and wine.
We have only been to the location in Perrysburg, which can get quite crowded on Thursday through Saturday evening, though the wait is usually not that long (one tip is to request seats at the counter facing the oven as those are almost always open and it's fun to watch the pizzas being made). We have not yet checked out the location in Sylvania, though it looks like the menus are the same.
This review was written based on the Perrysburg location.