We almost didn't stop because we'd had mediocre experiences with other Buena Vista restaurants. The town was thick with people - long lines everywhere. Something attracted us to the great old brick building that is Eddyline, and are we ever glad. Although Eddyline was as crazy busy as every other place, the gals behind the bar were attentive to all the customers even as they pulled drafts, took order, and answered endless questions about the beer made on-site. They told us all about the expansion of the brewing facility that was going on and they apologized that the changes were impacting the whole place's efficiency. How they managed to keep their good cheer in the midst of the chaos I have no idea.
Our pizzas took a fair amount of time to arrive. We were not surprised because this is typical of places that make their pizzas by hand to order. I don't recall now which pizza my partner had - it included green chiles and he liked it a lot. My margherita with pepperoni was excellent, only a small notch below the finest margherita I've ever eaten. We thought we'd have leftovers, as we'd order one pizza (about 11") each, but we ate them down to the flowers on the plate and could've managed a bit more.
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