Formerly: After walking to your table at My Pie, you will recognize something peculiar about the restaurant's set-up. Perhaps it's the feeling of being inside an Isosceles triangle. The base (er, rather the entrance) is about the size of your foot, and then you walk through a small corridor that makes you think that you will have to crouch in order to enjoy your food. It's a lovely surprise to enter a dining room that's much bigger and wider in a general diagonal direction.
Offering a low-key, tavern-like feel, My Pie hosts a healthy amount of families with kids who can indulge in their own menu. Big kids can pass the time waiting for food with the menu's word puzzles and coloring. While I wouldn't say that the deep dish lives up to My Pie's claim to "uniqueness," it's nonetheless tasty. A selection of sandwiches, salads, pastas and various appetizers top off the list of options. But what's up with the name of the individual size pizza, "The Midget"?
Centerstage Reviewer: Jon Graef