The focal point of this neighborhood-y Rogers Park spot is the showy floor-to-ceiling wood-burning pizza oven. You get great views of pizzolas baking the authentic thin crust pizzas. The pizza's more Roman than Neapolitan (less doughy) with toppings like Italian tuna in extra virgin olive oil with capers, olives, diced tomatoes and fresh parsley. In addition to the pizza, the menu includes appetizers, calzones and hand-made pasta. So, what's the name mean? Co-owner Phaedra Divras tells us the name loosely translates to "circle of friends."