First time getting a pizza here was great, however, next two orders were something else altogether. Make sure you get there 10 minutes before they tell you it's ready, because chances are it will be done and sitting out long before you arrive. Last two orders were cold by the time I got them home. My most recent order was the prosciutto pie, and they give you the meat and the arugula separately to add when you get home, so it doesn't wilt in the oven. Fair enough, but when I opened the box at home, the pizza was cold and so thin and hard that it was like eating a cracker. Should have returned it to the restaurant, but we were too hungry to wait for another one. Should have thrown away the pizza and just eaten the prosciutto and arugula
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