Finally got around to coming here as part of a birthday excursion after hearing a good buzz for a few years. Service and décor were what you would expect in a small town pizzeria – nothing to write home about but nothing lacking. Basically a big old building with a bar on one side and the kitchen on the other. Service was helpful and genuinely friendly.
Ordered two huge pizzas that came loaded with fresh and tasty toppings, dripping in cheese, the way pizzas used to be made before the pizza price wars turned pizza into what you get at Little Caesar’s. These were old-fashioned pies, the ones you need a knife and fork to properly attack.
Too bad the crust didn’t measure up. It was heavy and cardboardish, with a uniformity I would attribute to some pre-made product. A real shame, if their crust were as good as what went on top, this place would be awesome.
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