Dinner tonight at a Berkeley institution, Cheese Board Pizza. Have walked past this place for several weeks, enthralled by its popularity. Each day this co-op makes one kind of pizza, and people queue around the block to buy it. Tonight’s offering was zuchini, fetta, herbs and garlic oil on a thin, crispy crust. Three slices at $2.50 a slice had me in heaven. I sat on the street as a jazz quartet crooned my taste buds, watching the world walk by and admiring the starry night sky. A couple sat near me, the woman feeding pizza to a silky white pup in her handbag. Liked the fact you could buy relatively cheap beer ($2.50 a bottle) and wine ($4 a glass). Little wonder this place is so popular.