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When it comes to pizza, Santa Fe is a far cry from spots like Brooklyn or New Haven, Connecticut, where the nation’s most traditional (and perhaps best) thin-crust pizza experiences originated. Here are a few good pies at places you might not immediately think of — where the gourmet pizza, often fired by wood, turns out to be a sit-down dinner experience worth writing about.

"Sit up; sit still; use your inside voice; no, you can’t run around the restaurant; please get up off the floor; I know this is not the butter noodles you eat six nights a week but can you please just taste it; be careful with this glass, it has no lid; oops, can we get some more napkins …" What’s it like to dine out with kids? That’s how Maggie Maddux, mother and owner-director of Santa Fe Sprouts preschool, describes it.

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“Why would you even review Harry’s?” a friend recently asked. “Nothing ever changes there.” He eats at the funky, colorful, rambling restaurant off Old Las Vegas Highway at least once a week, so he would know.

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Elizabeth Hahn’s playful and imaginative paintings and prints 
are on view at Harry’s Roadhouse (96 Old Las Vegas Hwy., 989-4629). The artist …