A real 60's joint! Paint peeling on an older home. Challenging parking, Funky little benches and tables outside,. Mismatched furnishing on the inside. Self seating. No table service,you place your order on a scratch pad. BYOB or grab a soft drink from their cooler, Select a record from the impressive collection of vinyl. Locate paper plates and plastic forks. Wait for your name to be called over the PA system. Enjoy a world class pizza from a wood fired stone and brick oven. My wife and i selected a 16 inch french crust pizza with red sauce, The toppings were andouille sausage, banana peppers, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, artichokes and tomatoes. When we picked up our pizza we saw it was larger than 16 inches, It would not fit in the box it was served in. The crust was slightly blackened on the edges. Perfectly cooked. The sauce was very thick and the toppings were plentiful. The andouille sausage was homemade and had just the correct amount of seasonings. The veggies were plump and fresh. The pizza was really outstanding. Although we had had limited interaction with the employees they were all cheerful and energetic, The owner, a spirit of the 60's, came over to our table and inquired if we had enjoyed our meal..John, Charlotte and I had a very pleasant conversation. .A nice ending to a excellent meal.
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