A rare inexpensive dining option in the Arts District, this fast-casual spot has earned a following for its rectangular Sicilian-style pizzas. The whole pies are massive, with thick, focaccia-like crusts that are crispy on the bottom, but you can also get a satisfying square for $5 and have room for appetizers or salad. Toppings range from traditional tomato-basil to barbecued short rib with kimchi. We enjoyed our sampling of new and old-school pizzas: the Queso Fundido, lavished with Mexican chorizo, charred poblano pepper, Oaxaca cheese, and wild mushrooms; Vodka Sausage & Peppers, primed with vodka sauce and mozzarella; and Artichoke-Spinach, a rich pie with braised artichoke hearts, fennel, baby spinach, and creamy white sauce. The arancini—fried risotto balls on a puddle of red sauce with a drizzle of hot honey—are among the best we’ve had this year.