It's a good pizza. It's a traditional pizza place. No frills, just what you thought you'd get, and the food and price are fine. The menu has other items on it, of course, and I've had a few other things on it besides the pizza. I was never disappointed.
Service is good. It's usually not too packed, but it's got a regular low, so it seems others also like it. Pretty local kind of place. Not gimmicky.
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