I had been to this place a few previous times and always enjoyed the food. The atmosphere is pretty cool too - it's an old, remodeled house with local art all over the walls. The service was always a bit slow, however. Not this time! The young lady that waited on us was friendly, fast, and efficient. Our water glasses (well, cups) were never less than 1/2 full and she just had a great, bubbly personality.
My husband and I split the pork shish kabob as an appetizer and it was amazing. It consisted of about 5-6 rather large chunks of juicy, marinated, grilled pork along with an amazing tzatziki sauce and 2 chunks of homemade bread (I'm thinking they were made from pizza dough). I will caution that they serve their pork at the recommended temp (about 145 degrees - yes, they use a thermometer) and it may be a little more pink than some people are used to. If you're weird about that stuff, ask for it well done ahead of time.
Then, we opted to split a pizza with pepperoni and sausage. Their pizzas are advertised at 14" but I think ours was closer to 12". Still more than enough for my hubby and I to split! The crust is thin and reminds me a lot of NY style. The sauce is really good and fresh tasting but without a lot of bells and whistles (the way I like it). Overall, it was very good and my husband proclaimed it to be some of the best he's ever had. My only (minor) complaint is that their prices are a bit high, especially on the pizzas. We had a Living Social deal and didn't end up paying a whole lot out of pocket. I don't know that we can afford to eat there too often without some sort of deal or discount though.
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