Ronald's Pizza Cafe?
Yes, it's great. The pizza is excellent, very fresh ingredients; the crisp crust carries the scent of the wood-burning oven. I've been getting it with fresh ricotta and sausage--it's good stuff. The pasta has always been cooked to a firm degree of al dente, which I quite like. Caesar salad had a powerful dressing--just enough anchovy. The handsome staff (mostly Italian) seems very friendly, but I've only gotten food to go so I can't comment on service. Setting is nice, though, with tables across from the small bar and more in an upstairs area, I saw people sitting at a table outside over the sunny weekend.
I'm glad it's open because there had been a dearth of good-quality, reasonably priced Italian food in the LES.