This innocent looking pizza shop is home to some of the best, creative pizza (and some other dishes) I have had in a very long time. I should mention that I cannot comment on the plain cheese pizza because I have never actually had that. This is because the specialty pizza is amazing and since it is not very close to home, I always order "the good stuff."
On Mondays they have all you can eat wings. These include dozens of sauces including "bacon dressing", spicy mango, cajun (dry rub), maple chipotle - in addition to the various levels of hot. Def. get there early on Mondays because it is super busy.
For the pizza, there are a bunch of specialties not even on the menu that we love, love. I am currently addicted to the Maple Chipotle Chicken (and have even had it as a calzone which was stellar.) They make a pizza reminiscent of a Big Mac which is accurate right down the the sesame seed crust, with special sauce, lettuce and lots of skinny pickle slices. The meat lovers is loaded with good quality meats. The Philly Cheesesteak pizza is completely bad for you, and is my second favorite.
Bring your own ideas, and they just might try them. This bunch of pizza artists have created a Boardwalk Pizza that includes onion rings, tater tots, mozza. cheese sticks, etc. Another new item (today) was a roast beef, mashed potato and gravy pie - which I did not have the courage to try yet.
For the diet conscious, there are several salad and wrap options that should serve you well.
If you are not too far away - do not miss the chance to try it. I will race you to the counter.
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