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.
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"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.
Peyton and Harry Shapiro, owners of Harry’s Roadhouse, the popular eatery on Old Las Vegas Highway, are among the many small businesses trying…