The New York-style pizza is hot, and the music is hotter.
As a founding member of the band Blondie, drummer Clem Burke is a card-carrying member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
As a native of New Jersey, he is an opinionated judge of any pizza claiming ties to the East Coast.
So as Burke stood in the neon glow of the patio at Rock & Roll Pizza in Moorpark one night in January, the question was: Whaddya think?
"The cheese-to-sauce ratio, the charring ... they're just right," Burke said. "I'll confess. I've had four pieces."
Perhaps he was just building up his strength.
Later that night, Burke joined founding Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock and other members of their new project, The International Swingers, for a free concert on the pizzeria's 10-by-35-foot stage decorated with prayer flags and autographed drum heads.