We walked up half an hour before closing time after sitting in Midnight cruise traffic to see the closed sign on the door, only to have the owner tell us they had just enough dough for 3 large pizzas. We said we'd take it and ordered 2 veggies, a super, mozzarella sticks, garlic breadsticks, and my dad got the spaghetti and meatballs. I loved the theme of the restaurant, as did my nephews and the 5 yr old had fun trying on the firefighters gear they have entering the dining room. The owner explained to us they have a 1976 fire engine outside, some of these guys are legit firemen. The dining room was cold (even after staff turned off fans for us) so it was good the breadsticks came hot and were soft and not too garlicky. We saw some lights outside the window and the owner asked us if the boys would like to come outside and see the truck, they were thrilled. When the pizza came soon after it was so good I had 5 slices (way more than my usual three). The dough was chewy but not too much so, the sauce was a little sweet but in a good way and there was just the right proportion of veggies on the pizza so the slice wasn't overwhelmed. We took one of the pizzas to go and I'm looking forward to eating it tomorrow. On the way out, the owner gave my nephews some m&ms, class act. It's not often I wish I could go back to a place just so I could give them business and be happy doing so because the food is such good quality. My sister said, "They were nice, really nice, like Irish people nice" (our family is from Ireland and the Irish would bend over backwards at their own inconvenience to please you).
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