What I ordered: Large thin crust pizza with artichokes and black olives. This was some of the worst pizza I've had, including campus pizza from my SUNY days. Was tiny, and expensive. Crust was hard and dry on the bottom, thick and fluffy not thin crust. Sauce was nondescript (best part of pizza due simply to it's lack of disgusting qualities). Cheese was plastic-like, toppings were sour to the point of tasting spoiled. This pizza made my boyfriend and I sick well into the next day. The woman who took our order ignored me for the first 10 minutes, and when I asked her whether they made a crispy or a chewy thin crust she responded, "depends on how long you leave it in the box." She was rude, flustered, and dismissive. The whole place looks filthy and run down. This goes beyond run down local pizza joint, and into gross.
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