We had their large pie with half sausage and half pepperoni. A little pricey for a pie but you have to understand it's downtown and they have overhead. The crust was so-so. I'd say a cross between New York style and Chicago style, leaning toward NY (thin). Not a lot of flavor in the crust.
The sauce was very good, but was used very sparingly. About the only real plus was the cheese, a lot and excellent quality cheese. There was very little pepperoni on the pie and a decent amount of sausage, but not close to what I would call an overwhelming amount.
Service was also just so-so. It took a while to initially get waited on and it wasn't that busy there. I was asked if I wanted another beer and didn't have to flag the waitress down. However, after she asked she went and did something in the kitchen, then cleared off two tables, put that stuff away and then went to get my beer from the bar. And no, no one was waiting to be seated at the tables she cleared/cleaned. I just thought it would have been better to take care of the customers order before you go about your other duties: customer service. Also, the pie was delivered before we got plates or plastic ware.
I'd rank this pie about the same as Hopjacks, just so-so and way behind Paisano's (1) and Bella Luna (2) because of their crust and toppings.
I don't think I'll have pizza there again, but overall it was an acceptable outing. Enjoy.
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