I saw differing opinions about this pizza, but we were tired and thought we would give them a try. I prefer thin crust, but Oma's does not offer that, so we tried hand tossed. The crust was gooey and did not seem to be cooked through. The sauce was overly sweet, with little real Italian taste. The toppings were OK, but certainly did not seem fresh, and not that plentiful and both pizzas we ordered were just really a soupy mess. Try the new place, Island gourmet - that might bode better for visitors than Oma's.
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