Service, I can not fault. The food.... that's another story. I ordered their gluten free pizza - I have celiacs - figuring that this is a place known for pizza. You know, that whole Chicago deep dish thing. I figured that they would know what they were doing. WRONG! The pizza was thin crust, which, OK, as a celiac, I get, but picture a frozen pizza from The Dollar Store. Yep, that is what it was like. A GF pizza is usually thin because of the restrictions of the ingredients. However, that does not mean that it must be bland and limp. I have eaten here twice and been disappointed both times. I'm done.