The pizza was tasty, filling, and seemed to have quality ingredients. A little pricier than we'd expected and the restaurant lacked ambience. But a friendly owner (or we thought he was) checked in on us, which gave us a good feeling about how it is managed. The price was probably reasonable, we don't do pizza too often at a pizza place anymore, so a little hard to tell. Just thought for a small town it might have been a little lower. The critical element was the pizza itself, which was good.
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