They have calzones, pizza, and sandwiches made with boarshead meats (and meat by the pound). They also have an espresso bar, and from what I hear they're planning on gelato, as well.
We ate there Friday night. It is very clean, not cramped, the service was pleasant. The food was OK, and I'm sure they'll grow into themselves a bit more. The crust on the meat lover's calzone I had was good, but the calzone itself was pretty bready overall. There was no ricotta in it, just provolone (which wasn't bad, just not what I prefer). The marinara on the side was chunky and not too sweet, but not as spicy as I prefer. Again, not bad, just not my preference.
Two adults, two bottle sodas, two meat lover's calzones was a total of $24.
This is a decent option, cheaper than Sarducci's, better than Angelino's, with less variety but perhaps better quality than Village Pizza, but we haven't had their pizza yet, so we can't say for sure.