While the name of the restaurant sucks you in with the meatballs, it's all about the pizza. Of course, we had to sample the meatballs, and while tasty, you can share them and find they are simply meatballs that will fill you up before the main attraction. No special, exotic meatballs, one kind with various topping choices. The coal fired pizza which we shared was crisp, and tasty, with an incredible sauce. I'd rename the restaurant Millie's Old Fashioned Gravy, because if you put this sauce in a jar and sold it, I would buy it again and again. The pizza isn't greasy like many are. Quite filling and more than enough to share. Great guidance and honest suggestions by the servers who were very attentive and both the meatballs and pizza couldn't have been delivered to our table any faster. We went on a Sat night, and only waited about 20 minutes. Looks like a fun summer destination with a front window that is actually a garage door that will open up to outdoor tables. Defintely on the pricey side for meatballs and pizza.
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