I'm not sure how to categorize the pizza I had recently at Plum Pizzeria, which opened in the old Cafe Brama space a few months ago. The pie was definitely not Neapolitan, and also not quite New York-style. The crust was rich, slightly dense and crispy, with a hint of buttery flavor. It was a bit thicker than you might expect when ordering what the menu calls 'thin crust' pizza. It's a crust sturdy enough to hold generously portioned toppings without any tip-sag.