Our experience here would have been ok if we hadn't left with splitting headaches. The place is concrete with high ceilings and nothing to muffle sound. Everyone...and I mean everyone, from patrons to waitresses to the bartender, was screaming to be heard. The pizza was terrific. Hand formed crusts that were thin and crispy with delicious toppings. We had the Greek and Mediterranean pizzas and both were scrumptious. Our husbands both had the Sicilian fish and wished they had ordered the pizza. The salads were ok as salads go. Reports on the sangria weren't good. Tasted awful to me, but many sangrias do. Those who love it said it was barely mediocre. All in all go somewhere else, like Koki Fire or Conuco, both down the street
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