My husband and I went here while on our anniversary vacation to Galveston. We had been driving pretty much non stop and we hadn't gotten to sit down and eat a nice meal in a couple days and really wanted pizza so after reading the reviews on this site we decided to give this place a try. The atmosphere is nice, and you can tell it's a family place because there were lots of kids there. The waiter we had was really friendly and helpful and he got our order correct. We had a 10" pizza with spinach on one half and olives on the other (vegetarians) and a side of the cheest garlic bread. The pizza wasn't wonderful, it was like any pizza you can get just about anywhere else, but it wasn't bad either. The garlic bread was AMAZING. Probably the best cheesy garlic bread I've ever eaten. It was really rich though. and The sauce they give with it is more of a tomato soup based sauce rather than marinara, and we loved it. The price wasn't too bad, I think for a 10" pizza, the sauce, and 1 drink (I get water) it was around $19. They had desserts that looked really good but we were full and didn't get a chance to try them. Overall I really liked this place. The only complaint I have is that it took a while for us to get our food and there weren't that many people in there, but that was ok with us at the time because we were exhausted and just wanted to sit and talk for a while.