For atmosphere, the Brick Oven is quaint, with thousands of inscriptions on their walls, the story of the town in small phrases. The pizzas were well enough, properly sized, fine crust. As a pizza lover I like thick toppings, and the pepperoni and sausage were more sparse than I would have preferred. Not too much grease on the pizza. But Cliff the owner/chef is a masterful personality and generous to the community. So it's a place worth visiting.
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