Overall, our dinner was good and we'll likely visit again, if anything to try the Deep Dish option. Service was excellent - motivated and informed - with the ideal amount of attention; thank you, Alex.
The Signature Trio appetizer tasted like pizza 3-ways, while managing to not call itself pizza. The craft beer flight was entertaining and interesting, albeit sans beer names/types. The salads were tasty, although I can't say I've ever salted my caprese salad before - and certainly not with generous amounts of sea salt.
Then the pizza came. Thin crust pizza, in my understanding, it generally cracker-crisp, or at least sturdy enough to eat with hands - like pizza. The middle of our 16" thin crust was soggy and limp, and of similar texture to raw pasta dough. I don't like to eat pizza with fork and knife, unless I have to. This was one of those situations - but with a thin crust pizza? I left confused and disappointed we didn't get the 'Chicago' deep dish.
The fact that I could comfortably watch 3 football games while I ate and drank helped this review up to 4 out of 5.
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