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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED piebar Restaurant Review: While the noise level can be somewhat daunting during major service hours, off-hours make it a lovely gathering spot for late lunch or an after-work "let's avoid rush hour" meet and greet moment. Heading-home patrons may drive through the renovated teller window at this former bank, and pick up not only a pizza but also a bottle of wine to take home. Baked in a huge floor-to-ceiling pizza oven, the thin-crust pies come perched on stands at eye level, so you can't miss a whiff of the delectable ingredients. We like the white pizza and the mixed meats on tomato sauce. Or build your own with an assortment of ingredients on a base price of $8 for an individual pie. Other munchies we find addictive include the mushrooms with truffle mayonnaise and the polenta fries with sun-dried tomato aïoli. Summer's heat is well handled by a watermelon gazpacho with feta cheese and crunchy cucumbers. The wine list isn't extensive, but what's there is decent, and priced uniformly at $5 a glass for modest bubbles, $6 a glass for whites, and $7 for reds, while bottle prices are just $20, $24 and $28 respectively.