Initially headed to Everybody's near Emory for Pizza but learned it closed after 41 years. Heard about Vintage so decided to try and find another good pizza joint. Stopped by on a Saturday afternoon, the place was empty. That worried me a bit, but decided to give it a shot. Nice looking place, clean and cool ambiance. Played old rock and roll, a lot of Jimi..... The waiter was friendly, but started off telling us the carbonation system was down so no soda, it happens, and the waiter came to the rescue with a two liter bottle of Coke, kudos to him for making that happen. That would indicate to me the service is probably good and he was friendly throughout. We order the Vintage Pizza, their supreme pizza. The pizza was slightly above average, although the veggies were very fresh. Good amount of cheese, and cooked just right. I am a thin crust fan, and their crust is thin and just the right crispy. Enjoyed the food, would come back if I am in the area, live about 20 miles from the place. I am not sure I would make the drive though just for Vintage. Everybody's pizza was my favorite in Atlanta, but I still haven't found the "best" pizza in Atlanta. Give Vintage a try if you are in the area, again pizza good, and the place is comfortable.