Two steps up the hill you'll find Coalition Pizza and through the secret door at the back of the pizzeria an unnamed speakeasy.
Although the bar-in-the-back is not actually ''illegal", it has all the illicit aesthetic appeal of a prohibition-era watering hole: leather, cocktails, dark and smokey attitude.
Before ordering an old-fashioned cocktail, get a table at Coalition and tuck into an excellent approximation of a Neapolitan pizza.
Cooked in under 90 seconds, the doughy base of this pizza style is famous for its lightless and complexity, coming out of the oven bubbled and blistered.
The toppings are curated; so no pineapple, ham and chicken pizzas.
Start with a Aperol Spritz (sparkling wine and a splash of Aperol and soda), then have a white anchovy salad followed by a classic margarita pizza made with handmade mozzarella.
At the end of your outing, as you make your way to the state-of-the-art parking off to the side, look up at the mammoth graffiti wall commissioned for the new hippest corner in town.