We've been here a number of times, including May 18, and my thoughts are consistent with each of our visits. Pizza quality is good, but they go light on the meat toppings for some reason. Pizza crust is always nice and crispy, and the quality of the toppings is good. They give you three different sauces to choose from, from non-spicy to spicy, so they have something to please different pallets. They have an amazing selection of domestic beers, not only the traditional brews but a huge variety of microbrews - this is unique for pizza shops that I've been to. They also have a nice wine selection. Service has always been good. Atmosphere is nice, too, if a tad on the noisy side. They also have a number of sandwiches, pasta (mac and cheese looks great) and a nice little bar, so this is a full-service restaurant (except for dessert, which they do not offer).
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