When this West U eatery — the younger, more casual sister of Italian resto' Coppa — opened, it set out to make the kind of pizza people want to eat. We'd say it has succeeded. Diners can look in on the "dough room," where fresh pizza (and pasta) dough are flawlessly prepared. The 900-plus-degree gas-fired oven gives each pie a rustic, slightly charred crust that bubbles, craggles and crisps in all the right places, while simple, high-quality ingredients such as Calabrian chiles, prosciutto and scamorza blister under the high heat. If you want a taste of the good stuff but don't have time to stop in for a sit-down meal, don't fret! The restaurant even has a pizza-by-the-slice window. Mangia!