The place was Terroni, and the pizza was a white one called mangiabhun, with mozzarella, rapini, garlic and little blobs of Italian sausage that is made at the restaurant. With its light topping, it seemed the right thing to order on the first hot day of summer.
Topped with, mozzarella, gorgonzola, Italian sausage and red onion slivers in addition to the tomato, this one was called smendozzata.
Terroni's menu states that the pizzas are to be eaten with knife and fork. However, slicing them required two people, one to hold the pizza in place and the other to cut. The crusts are thin, but they are chewy, and a serrated knife isn't powerful enough to get through them.
Therefore, we all wound up eating our pizzas with our hands, and hoping that Terroni wouldn't send out the kitchen police to scold us.