Sunday, November 30, 2014
Don't Argue is a pizzeria that opened last year in a former Hungarian goulash house on Main Street. Its proprietors -- Anna de Courcy and Nathaniel Geary -- are artists, and they hire artists to work there.
Although careful in my consumption of wheat, I like Don't Argue's crusts. Same with the pizzeria's layout and design. Unlike Globe and Mail freelance contributor Alexandra Gill, who, in her September 26, 2014 review, writes as if one needs a didactic panel to place an order, not to mention her own critic-specific chair.