Who hasn’t, at one time or another, thought to himself, "Hmm, I sure would like to visit the circus, but I also want some thick-crust pizza?" Well, you’re in luck. Paying homage to the theater that once stood here, the Bar-on family has filled the former Silvi’s Kitchen with fanciful depictions of zebras and harlequins and carnival masks -- but they’ve stopped short of serving up corn dogs and cotton candy, for which anyone who ever threw up on a carousel will be thankful. Instead, the menu centers on Detroit-style pizza, noted for its rectangular shape, crisp bottom crust, and wall-to-wall carpet of cheese. It’s as well-constructed as you’d expect any dough-based dish from the folks who launched the Udi’s empire to be, especially paired with loads of craft beer. But don’t overlook daily specials like the commendable chicken & waffles, either.