My fiance and I randomly stopped in here to get some grub before the Elton John show. I hadn't read any reviews or anything, but it looked cool. Very glad we came in, the pizza was absolutely delicious. Thin crispy crust, and the ingredients were really truly fresh. We got an aptly named "Prohibition", which had green peppers, onions, and mushrooms. What was so cool was how tasty the toppings were, these were really primo ingredients. The cheese was awesome, and the sauce itself had a distinctive spicy flavor to it I couldn't get enough of.
Psyched to have found this place. Obviously other people had, they filled up quickly after we showed up and the phone never stopped ringing, with delivery drivers in and out the whole time. Cool decor as well, lots of WWI era stuff on the walls. They also give you markers and ask you to sign the wall, which was covered in customer graffiti. Friendly staff taboot.
We will definitely be going back next time we are in Biloxi. Locals are lucky to have this place.
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