In style, the pizza is probably closest to Roman, and in fact the umbrellas that shelter the voluminous outdoor seating area read "Fiorello's Roman Cafe." They're long, almost rectangular, pizzas. Thin, yes, but large and filling enough to feed two, which is good, because the pizza here doesn't come cheap. The Margherita, made with buffalo mozzarella, starts at $28, and the rest go for $30, $32, $34. There's even a "Whole Lobster Pizza" for $54.