Great authentic Italian pizza!
The pizza smelled really good, but unfortunately was bland and the amount of toppings were very minimal.
Very good! Different than most American Zas...other than authentic Italian ones. Quite similar to pizzas we enjoyed in Rome.
Quality of ingredients was good.
SO much better than any national chain! The crust was /perfect/ chewy, yeasty, and bubbly at the crust. Toppings were generous without being overloaded and the flavors were spot on! Good prices, too. My ONLY possible complaint would be the stripped down dine in experience, but if you're looking for a quick pizza fix while you're out, they're worth a stop in! The California Club was perfection. A+ would eat again.
Best sandwich on the planet! Amazing pizza. Nice staff.
Try the fresh salads!! Also, take the opportunity to get out of a rut and try the amazing fresh ingredients they offer. Even there ground beef is amazingly full of flavor. And don't waste it on the kids unless they are good with great cuisine. This is going on our date night list.......OFTEN!
This is a very small restaurant, but the pizza is absolutely fantastic! My family and friends will become regular customers.
Very unprofessional experience. The pizza was great but it's a wonder because the place seemed to be run by 3 teenage/college guys who have no idea what they're doing. I ordered 2 pizzas online, called to add breadsticks, got someone who confirmed my order and said they would make the addition. When I got there 15-20 min. later, my pizzas were ready but no breadsticks. When asked, one guy was clueless, another seemed to be the culprit who'd forgotten to add them. They apologized (barely) and handed me a coupon (as penance), but my only option was to wait another 15-20 for the breadsticks or go without. We went without. Still have two free pizzas with Groupon, hope next is better!
From Our Editors
At the family owned restaurant, you can spot head chef Alex Potts working alongside the restaurant manager, Joe Scaglia, as they nimbly slice up fresh green peppers or peek into the fiery stone deck oven to check on their pizzas. The skilled duo adhere to the classic Neapolitan style of pizza-making, baking thin-crust pies until they are crispy, chewy, and ever-so-slightly charred. They favor local produce, meats, and cheeses, asserting, "using local and seasonal ingredients is the best way we can support our local economy while also getting the best possible product." They shower their creations in both traditional and uncommon toppings and crusts, from a wheat crust to plump morsels of classic italian sausages and less orthodox brie, almonds, or potato. Like an overly complicated valedictorian speech, the selection of toppings also includes pineapple, prosciutto, bacon, soppresata, pesto, and cream cheese.
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