I checked out Marco's because it was just down the street from my hotel where I was staying. I got there at the start of Happy Hour and was able to take advantage of their Happy Hour specials both with food and drinks.
The Happy Hour menu provides some great value's when it comes to appetizers and pizza for a meal. Most food items are around five dollars and you receive a generous portion. I ordered a pizza with some extra toppings and decided to try one of their meatball sliders. The pizza itself was enough to eat. The pizza itself was excellent. Thin crust with a tasty sauce. A good amount of quality toppings lends itself as a great pizza. The coal fire oven adds to the overall goodness of the pizza. The meatball slider came on a garlic mini-bun and a side of marinara sauce. The meatball was very good as was the bun and sauce.
The Happy Hour did feature wine and beer on special. The price was good. The only negative was there is not much variety as to what is on special. One red wine was on special and only two microbrew beers were on special. I personally would like a little more variety to choose from.
Most of the staff was very friendly. I sat at the bar the entire meal and felt ignored by the bar tender. He seemed to pay attention to some local friends and a couple of regulars more than equally attending others at the bar. I had finished my pizza and at the end of the meal he brings out my appetizer. He completely forgot that I ordered an appetizer and someone else brought out my pizza for me. The bartender was the only real negative experience I had a Marco's.
The restaurant and atmosphere and great. My meal and time there was enjoyable (minus the part I mentioned above). For pizza, Marco's offers a nice change from the pizza chains most frequently dine at.
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