Stopped in for lunch with a couple of business clients and wow, was I impressed. The owner asked if we had been here before and I said no. So he walked around showing us the wood fired pizza oven and then around the rest of the restaurant. He suggested we eat on the third floor where he showed us the bar that was split in half and was kept at 32 degrees. This way he said you could keep your beer and drinks cold.
For lunch I ordered a pizza with basil, pepperoni, sausage and buffalo cheese. The crust was thin and crispy and it was one of the best pizzas I have had. Roger had the salmon, which he said was amazing. Gina had the urban panini, super huge and she said it was great. Mike had the Urban classic which also was good, served with fries.
Overall an excellent lunch, I look forward stopping back in the future, when I can enjoy a cold one!
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