And WAIT you must. Found this place looking for pizza that wasn't a boring chain (or that had beer and any inside seating) on my drives between Ann Arbor and Columbus, OH. Didn't expect much, as that stretch is really restaurant wasteland. But I knew my chances were better with established, old, and near a university campus (in this case, Bowling Green State U). With Myle's I scored.
The bar is crusty and old, the ambiance is pretty basic . . . but the pizza is unique. I prefer moving up to the bar myself, as the service there is all college student and not at all quick. At least at the bar you get a chance to stare down the co-eds as they shuttle behind the bar for beers and into the kitchen for food. Don't be afraid to flag them down.
The pizza takes forever to cook, so calling ahead isn't a bad strategy. This is a combination of their unique take on pizza creation and the fact that the place is staffed with . . . you guessed it . . . more college students. They dawdle, they f- around, but eventually you'll see them tossing on your crust, clipping off the excess (odd right there, they seem to waste a lot), slathering it with a thick sauce, stacking on piles of toppings, and hammering the top with a huge heap of their cheese mix. Literally a 3 inch pile of cheese on your za.
And then you wait, and ask a passing waitron to alert your waitron to pour you another beer, and wait some more. But the pizza is worth it. Try it, really. And while the service is uniformly bad, the staff are really friendly and ready to chat . . . while keeping the other patrons waiting impatiently. Whatever. Chill, dood.
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