The pizza is excellent. Period. We shared two pizzas, both were very well done. The crust is made from a great high gluten dough, making it both crunchy with a chewy center. The red sauce, which is put on top at the end is nice and flavorful. The toppings are great, definitely try the pepperoni.
The green salad is plain with slightly soggy lettuce. I didn't try the pasta, but my hunch is to stick to the pizza.
The decor is severly dated. The knifes are so old the serrated edge has been completely worn down.
Overall, definitely make the trip for the pizza, but expect anything more than that.
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