di Beppe is funny because it has gone through several different iterations. The last one was very casual, focussing primarily on pizza by the slice. It always smelled amazing, but it just didn't catch on.
The new one (same owners) continues to offer the same very good pizza but with a more restaurant -like atmosphere. The happy hour is no special deal, but the food is very tasty with reasonable prices. I wouldn't rush back but I would have no trouble enjoying another meal there.
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