I was staying at the Courtyard Marriott nearby, when a big snowstorm hit, so I was looking for something relatively convenient and quick, so I walked over to this establishment during a weekday evening, and ordered a medium Hawaiian pizza (ham and pineapple) to go. The man running the desk was certainly friendly enough and although they were busy he made the pizza pretty quickly. The pizza was hot and in the box, and I immediately took it to my room to eat. There is nothing special about the sit down area, but it appeared to be clean and there were a few patrons who looked like they were enjoying their food over the middle-eastern radio station music playing overhead. The bill was $21 with two 20 oz drinks, and I added a $5 tip (a little pricey for a medium 2-topping pizza, but New Haven is on the expensive side when eating out). The pizza quality was not very good, I am sad to report. Even though there was a generous amount of cheese, the ham looked (and tasted) like cheap deli packaged sliced ham that had been hastily cut up (and not cut up very good I might add). The crust is way too thin for the amount of ingredients, which resulted in a soggy pizza. I have two suggestions for this business: 1. Use a thicker crust with more dough-"thin crust" does not necessarily mean "skimpy dough". 2. Improve the quality of the ingredients-use baked, chopped ham instead of some deli, packaged ham. All in all, for the money spent, a disappointing experience! I would not recommend this place, particularly to business travelers who stay at the nearby Courtyard.
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