The pizza here is great and all the reviews say it, so I'll try and focus on some items to help your first visit:
- Prepare to wait. We went on a Friday evening and waited about an hour (arriving at 6, seated a little after 7). There is a nice independent book store close by, an Apple Store, and various other shops to keep you busy browsing.
- Prepare to wait (again). The waiter/tress will be right up front with you that the pizza takes 30 minutes+. So factor that into your evening as well. One thing that is nice is we never felt rushed at all by our waitress, even though there was still a line out the door. They seem to own the longer cook time and don't bother customers to hurry up and eat.
- They have a lot of options. I had deep dish, my sister had thin crust, and my wife had the gluten-free crust. We all enjoyed our pizzas. The caesar salad we started with was solid, and the deep dish chocolate chip cookie we ended with was indulgent but so good!
- Decent bar selection. About 5 taps for draft beer and various sundry bottles and wine options.
- There was no reservations taken, but I do believe you can call ahead to order your pizza and then eat it there... but I did not explore that option.
- Lastly, they set out some thin crust cheese pizza by the hostess for people waiting... keep an eye out and enjoy while you wait!
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