Like many I saw this on the Food Network. And as much as Guy Fieri can grate on the nerves he was dead-on with this place.
My daughter and I watched the feature and I was most interested in his aplication of regional food system ideals. They make their own canned tomato sauce from local sources, as nearly every other ingredient is. The care in preparation is clear in the food. And the food is clever, diverse, and delicious. I had the "Yaley" pizza and forget your ideas about clams on a pizza, this pizza make your mouth get up and dance. The fresh local mozz bruschetta-style appetizer would have been great on its own, or as a pizza. Good beers on tap and a very hip industrial chic feel inside. My wife said the best part for her was the bathrooms, which have a very unusual entrance and a wonderful mural on the wall inside. And of course you should, if tired long-traveling children don't prevent it, wait for a turn at the game tables. What a fantastic way to turn customers into a community (if only for the evening, if you don't live nearby). I recognized the. Owner, and found him very approachable, grounded, and genuine. I hope I can go back soon!
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