We arrived here on a busy Friday evening. Lots of people waiting for a table. We were told about 30 minutes which was indeed correct. After seated, it took a little while to have a server take our drink order. We tried the deep fried Brussels sprouts with basil aioli and a shrimp ceviche to start. Both were tasty. We each had a wood fired pizza for our meal and shared them all around. The pizza dough crust was crisp and delicious. The winter squash and bacon was particularly unique and well paired. It took longer than we expected for our pizzas to arrive. We loved the Marionberry cobbler that we shared for dessert. Overall good food with service somewhat on the slow side. Beers were enjoyable. Would try again if in Ashland.
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