I tried this neighborhood italian restaurant again since our usual place is closed Mondays and Hank's is open. Ordered pizza and spaghetti to-go. Spaghetti was to my liking. Unfortunately the pizza was not right. The components above the crust were exactly like what your would find on a "normal" pizza; cheese, tomato sauce, mushrooms, etc. The crust however reminded me of what they served in my junior high school cafeteria 40-something years ago. Fluffy, light, spongy! This dough has got to be frozen bread dough, maybe Bridgford bread dough. Sorry, but this is not pizza dough! I make homemade pizza dough sometimes and my worst effort is much better in texture than this sorry dough. I realize that there are thin crusts and thick crusts but this crust is just bad. Obviously this is all a matter of opinion and I would assume the owner and management like the pizza just like it is.
If they were to improve the pizza dough, this place would be one of my favorites since the people running it are nice, the restaurant interior is cozy and the patio is pretty and comfortable appearing.
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