We went there with a party of 20 or so people and were lucky enough to snag one of the large communal tables. The food came out fast and the girl taking our order was super patient with our indecisiveness (hard to order for that many people, heh). They have decent salads too that can be server vegan without the cheese. Gluten-free crust is $3 extra and only for a small pizza, and not very good, unfortunately. Vegan = order no cheese on pizza :) The custom pizzas are a bit pricey, but they really load 'em up, so it ends up being a good deal. They have a few wine options and plenty of craft beer. Noisy place with lots of kids, but it's not too bad if you're there with your own crowd anyway :) Parking is a pita, but gets easier when the nearby stores closes, so you can park in front of those.
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