Despite looking like your average Philly pizza dive, Johnís Place is one of the friendliest joints in the area. A plain slice comes served on a paper plate, miraculously unstained by grease. The crust is thin and crisp, the sauce so fresh itíll make you wonder if John is growing his own tomatoes out back. And even more complicated pizza-world confections donít fall flat here. The Ratatouille pie (named after the rustic French vegetable dish, not the movie about the talking rat) comes loaded with veggies just as fresh as Johnís tomatoes, including pieces of breaded and fried eggplant that add a nice crunch without loading on any extra grease.