Blue Grotto's name comes from a sea cave on the coast of Italy where Roman emperors privately bathed. Thankfully, Brookside's new Blue Grotto isn't so exclusive, because everyone should be able to eat these pizzas. Blue Grotto cooks up nine hand-tossed pizzas baked in a brick oven, light on sauce but generous with the toppings and cut in four big slices. We're partial to the Porri, with its plentiful pancetta lardons, red-onion slices and shaved leeks spiked atop fresh mozzarella. Blue Grotto isn't for picky pizza eaters or gorgers, and don't even think about substitutions or additions (just subtractions). Every pizza eater is treated the same. No special favors. Not even for the ruling class.