My husband and I went with his family to dine here a little while back. There were seven of us on a crowded Saturday night. It took a bit to seat us, but we were able to squeeze into a few empty seats at the bar while we waited. I am happy to say the food was worth the wait. We ordered a Caesar salad (it was on special that evening) which was delicious, and a margherita pizza with green chile. It was fabulous; it reminded me of when we would make homemade pizza when I was a kid but better. The mozzarella they used was fresh and melted in your mouth. The crust was wood oven style, kind of on the thin side, and delightfully cooked. It was crunchy enough to stand on its own. Usually when I get wood oven style at most places, the slice itself has a limpness like it can use a couple more minutes to cook on the bottom. Not here - it was great and held it's own. There was also a good beer and wine selection including some local brews.
We decided to get a meatball sub to go for the next day. They packed all of the components separately so nothing would get soggy, and it made a great lunch.
Also, they have a menu item for your dog, which makes me think their patio may be pet friendly, but I haven't been able to come across that information just yet. But if it is, that would make me and my dogs pretty happy.
I would go back here again; it's not very close to where I live. The only complaint I have is that it can get pretty crowded in there since it's not a very large place. You might be bumping into some other patrons. I'd overlook that for some good pizza though. :)
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