We were in the area and decided to try this place. It has kind of an run-down industrial-town décor with its broken brick walls (made that way on purpose). Classic rock music is obviously very important to its owners, judging from the album covers on the walls and the music playing. Our booth had its own flat screen TV. I thought that Paul, our waiter, was going to be a problem when he walked up and broke into our conversation to introduce himself. He ended up being fine and even wrote out directions to our next destination on our bill. We decided on the Crazy Train with its hot sausage, caramelized onions and hot cherry peppers. It was a great flavor combination, but wasn’t very hot (compared to, say, the Hot Mess at Farrelli’s Wood Fire Pizza). We enjoyed the pizza and would definitely come back. The bathrooms were amusing with a black toilet stall divider painted with flames.
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