My family stopped in here for dinner passing through St. George on a weekday evening. No wait, walked right in and sat down. Our server was a young woman who said right away it was her fourth day on the job. No worries, we were all new at some point. She did not know the menu and was very unsure (again, not a huge deal . . . it's pizza, after all), but missed one of our drink orders for our family of four. And there was only one other table seated in the place. We fixed the drink, but another family member's iced tea tasted like coffee grounds. Very strongly of coffee grounds. The server confirmed that the iced tea is brewed in the same machine as the coffee. Still not the end of the world, and we laughed it off and had it replaced with soda. At this point, another server appeared to assist our server, and asked us point blank (in front of the poor new girl) "Did she mess up your drink order?" Awkward! After that bit, it was on to ordering.
One family member ordered an appetizer as a main course, another ordered a pasta dish, and I split a medium pizza with the remaining family member. The appetizer as a main course came out way ahead of the other dishes, even though we requested that it come out together. According to the second, more experienced server who had appeared, "she couldn't stop the kitchen from making it early." As we sat and watched our one family member eat, another family came through the door looking to order a pizza. They were turned away about 30 minutes before close because, according to the second server, "they already turned the pizza ovens off because business was slow." Ouch. More akwardness as this family watches our pizza get dropped off at our table and they head back out the door.
As far as the food, the pizza was fine. We got a thin crust with mushroom, and there was nothing wrong with it. It wasn't the best I've had, and it wasn't the worst. If you are really, really hungry, a medium thin crust probably won't do it for two people. You'd probably want to get something a bit larger.
Overall, nobody died and we weren't in a rush. Avoid the iced tea. The comedy of errors started to get a bit funny after awhile. I did feel sorry for the poor new server. Good luck to her.