I had not eaten there in many years, but a friend took me while I was visiting. It was excellent. You can buy pizza buy the slice or the whole pie, and the available toppings are typical (nothing too extravagant). I had a slice of hand tossed with peperoni and a slice of Sicilian with peperoni. The Sicilian pizza was made with focaccia bread, which made it thicker and lighter. I think the sauce was different too. More robust. Anyway, the hand tossed crust was light and crisp on the bottom. I went to college on the East Coast and this reminded me of the typical pizza joints you find on every corner there. No BBQ chicken pizzas here. Simple pies, well executed. They also had sandwiches and calzones, which looked good. However, I did not try one on this visit.
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