The rise of NeoPapalis
The place that offers all this range dependably, and in just one year has turned doubters (like me) into happy customers, is NeoPapalis on the corner of East William and Thompson. From its humble debut last October as the ground-floor eatery in the Zaragon West student apartment building, NeoPapalis has evolved into a first-choice bistro-like destination for families, couples on date night, and discriminating individuals intent upon their perfect twelve-inch, six-slice personal pie.
Visionary chef and hands-on co-owner Joe Sheena is likely the first person you'll see when you walk into the modern glass-walled NeoPapalis. He may look you right in the eye from behind the dough prep counter, eager to tell you anything you're not picking up from the overwhelmingly detailed whole-wall menu and stacks of order slips.
"Have you been here before?" he may ask if you haven't, since he really wants you to understand how he runs the place, giving you a good thin-crust pizza platform to customize the way you--and maybe only you--want.