This was about the only place open on Christmas day. Our pizza was a pleasant surprise. We ordered it without even seeing what their pies look like. I can tell from across the street whether or not to keep walking, just by seeing the crust. It has taken me years to master this skill. Imagine my pain seeing squeeze bottles of ketchup discharged over rubbery looking wedges from Mexico south. Yes, pizza can be a tough nut to crack in these here parts. Lack of FRESH mozzarella, an improper grade of flour, a tomato sauce with sugar added; all of these things are to be expected down here, and all of these things make for ketchup-worthy pizza. Well, things were done well here. We ordered a simple cheese pie with a sprig of basil and it was very good. The crust was thin and not sweet. The sauce was crushed tomato. The cheese was not fresh mozzarella, but it was not the overly processed kind that forms pools of oil. Service was good. This place was busy on Christmas. So come here for good pizza.
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