This is the real deal. Start the meal with hot breadsticks with garlic butter and marinara sauce for dipping and then just about the time the sticks are gone, here comes a pizza experience.
The crust is not thin/thick--just enough to bend slightly as you lift it. But, the special blend of cheese is not quite ready to let go and the strings follow all the way to your plate.
Under the gooey, cheesy top is a bed of fresh vegetable toppings, mildly spiced pepperoni, great sausage, tasty ham, etc. And, there will be plenty of toppings in each bite. You will not have to search for the toppings.
If you're not in the mood for pizza, the sandwiches and pasta are always good for a change.
It's slightly more expensive than the national chains, but I will trade great service and excellent food for cost. But, it is still cheaper than the local chain and FAR superior.