It's reasonably good pizza, but nothing to write home about. The crust isn't thick or thin, somewhere in between. Toppings are a bit thin, especially cheese. OK for a don't-want-to-cook night, but it would sure be nice to have some more vegetables or interesting toppings, and a renovation of the sauce! Even, dare I say it, a choice of a real thin and crispy crust? I think there are enough discriminating palates in the area that it's time to rethink and up the ante, here, folks!
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