What bothered me most was that there were hardly any toppings on the pizza. Seriously--lots of "open space" on it. Had the kielbasa and beet pizza...about 4 slices of kielbasa and maybe 1/2 of a small beet(sliced) total. Worth 15 bucks? I don't think so. Rather skimpy IMO. Crust was more of a flatbread than a "thin crust". Unique topping combinations were okay, they get points for creativity. Appys were good, really had no complaints there. Came here on the rave reviews of others on this site, looking forward to an over-the-top experience, but I was kind of underwhelmed. Didn't feel the pizzas were worth the money or the 1-hour drive we took to get there. Won't be running back.
Service was attentive enough; waitress was efficient, in a low-key, casual kind of way.
It was a cold day, and the ventilation system for the dining room is centered in the middle of the room on the ceiling and every now and then it would blast moving air, which I am sensitive to, and I felt cold the whole time.
Place is BYOB and there's a package store within walking distance.
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