Today's pizza came from St. Philip, a pizza place with the look and feel of a sushi bar, which seems appropriate, since it's by the same folks responsible for Uchi. The pizzas are all thin crust, and they give the option of "traditional" sauce and "white." The latter apparently means there is no tomato sauce at all, which is just wrong :-). Although I'm slightly curious about it...
The pizza itself hit the mark on all four of the Very Important Pizza Criteria: crust, cheese, sauce, and toppings.
Crust was nicely textured, with a good level of chewiness and it stood up to the ingredients without getting soggy. The sauce had a good flavor and was proportional with the cheese - neither overpowered the other and the combination had an elegant subtlety.
And the meatballs were fantastic (and they also sell them as an appetizer). I might go back just for those.
The only thing I wasn't totally crazy about was the basil -- yes, they added a nice color and texture and flavor, but I kind of object to leaves on my pizza as a matter of principle -- they end up looking wilted and sort of look like the thing has been sitting under a tree in a windstorm.
Still, very, very good, and with reasonable prices and excellent, friendly service -- and I'm curious to try some of their more exotic offerings.
Oh, and did I mention they have their own bakery?