years it was a diner called Scrambled Ed’s, and before that, a George
Webb. The new occupants, Transfer Pizzeria Cafe (101 W. Mitchell St.),
have restored much of the century-old corner building to its original
appearance, exposing wooden beams, a tile floor and stained glass. It’s
pleasant and spacious, but the main reason for coming is the pizza.
Ukrainian born master chef Vasyl Lembersky (formerly of Fresche Pizza)
whips up an airy crust and piles it with choice ingredients, mostly
organic and locally produced at Springdale Farm in Plymouth. The
variety is enormous and the prices reasonable. Transfer also has a
small selection of antipasti, salads, pasta, sandwiches and desserts,
along with good Sven’s coffee.
Photo by Kate Engbring