Pizzeria Epitomizes Concept of Eternal Optimism

A news report on DelawareOnline.com asks, “First, a little armchair psychology: How do you approach life? Do you view it as a gloomy glass-half-empty experience or do you adopt a much more cheerful viewpoint?”

“If you’re a cockeyed optimist — or want to become one — steer into the charming town of Lewes and grab a seat at Half Full, a cozy dining spot for gourmet pizza, wine and beer. Dour diners may wonder if the beach needs any more pizza places. Sussex County, after all, was the birthplace of Delaware’s own Grotto Pizza which always seems to taste better when you can sniff the seabreeze while snacking on a cheesy slice. And devoted fans of Nicola’s Pizza in Rehoboth Beach or Mama Celeste’s in Dewey Beach probably won’t be swayed from those parlors when it comes to purchasing competing pies,” said the story.

“Yet, Half Full, a slip of space that’s smaller than a master bedroom in some single-family homes, has been a welcome addition to the local dining scene since opening in January. (It’s on Market Street directly behind King’s Ice Cream.) The eatery is owned by Joanna Goode and her husband Ian Crandall along with partners Matt and Ali DiSabatino, who also own the nearby Striper Bites,” said the article.

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