We visited this little hole in the wall on recommendation from American Flatbreads in Burlington. I understand that to a degree you can't always pick your location - and with that said, if you are turned off by farm smells or can't eat around them, don't come here. For me, not a problem. Wife hated it, but once we got a couple cocktails in her she warmed up. That's the last I'll say about the olfactory ambiance.
The good: Pizza: Lots of oil, but with a whole natural cheese and legit meats that will happen. Great crust, flavorful toppings, sauce and cheese are well applied and flavorful. The Beer: Hill Farmstead on tap, plenty of local and other craft brews available. The Staff: Down to earth, friendly without forcing a KoolAid smile, obviously content with their jobs and comfortable interacting with customers - made us feel right at home.
The bad: Cleanliness. Tables, chairs, floors visibly soiled. Fly poop on the window sills and walls.. The place needs a few solid hours of elbow grease to get back up to "Clean Place To Eat Food" standards.
The ugly: Flies. I get that the place is surrounded by farmland, but there is not even really a token effort being made to keep them out. Most of the NEK is farmland, and we haven't bumped into anywhere else with nearly the fly issues we found here. The screen door's mesh is for holding rabbits, not keeping out flies. The windows had no screens at all, even big-gauge screens like on the door... Lots, and lots, and lots of flies... Personally, I think a little cow crap is healthy, so when it transfers from a fly's legs and face to your food it's not that big of a deal. But are the flies in the dining area the same ones that hang out in the human bathroom? Food for thought.
Summary: The menu, staff, and concept to win big are definitely here, but the cleanliness will (unfortunately! I really liked the pie!) keep us away.