Okay, it took pulling some teeth to get there (I don't own a car), but boy-oh-boy-oh, was it WORTH THE TRIP! Lil confusion on a Sunday evening about who should unlock the door (we arrived @ 5pm), so we stood a few minutes. Then we went into a nicely appointed dining room, considering the generic building/space. The server who greeted us was immediately a put off to me...seemed far to jaunty and I worried she would be overbearing. Wrong, she was delightful. She was a cheery personality, but knew exactly when to walk away. She was informed and friendly in the end :)
As for the ZA! Oh the ZA! I REALLY liked this stuff and was pleased as punch with what can look pricey on the menu. My buddy isn't a vegetable eater (remember, no car!) so we went for the "Big Fat Uncle Tony"(?)...bacon, pepperoni, sausage. Now I've had this kinda meat lover thing before at other places and hated it. At Salvatore's...LOVED IT!!! They know everything from the bottom up and execute it well!
Crust: Top notch! Crisp bottom, still tender and you could notice the difference in the puffy burned bubbles around the edges! Those were real chewy...a sign of getting the dough just right when you can notice how the heat and resulting stretching really changed the consistency in only those spots. I take as a sign of a well executed recipe.
Cheese: Real whole milk mozz and not too much, not too little, but just right!
Toppings: Top of the trade. Jordandal sausage I believe, other local items as well. And NOT TOO MUCH! load a pizza with too much bacon and soon you have bacon on crust as opposed to pizza. Not here! I liked this pizza, first and foremost, because of this balance.
Sauce: I would drink it if given the opportunity.
Not the cheapest, but once you bite in you will know why. Go, eat and be satisfied.