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joe.kneebusch8/15/20, 4:13 a.m.
I came into this thinking it was not going to be good because of Dave’s 5.1. But it was actually better than that in my opinion. It’s better than a basic pizza. The sauce was tangy. There’s Parmesan cheese on the crust. I waited in a line late night to order and then waited another 15 minutes to get it. It was worth that short wait.
bcovicster6/20/20, 4:08 p.m.
A very solid pizza that was extremely enjoyable. Wait was kinda long, around 40 or so minutes. House recommended drizzling honey over each slice and we tried it out and now we have a new, very underrated way of eating pizza. Delectable.
ally.z5/17/20, 2:08 a.m.
It looks amazing and it isn’t bad. It Looks absolutely amazing but it taste like generic dominos pizza. It was pretty floppy. The crust was not crispy whatsoever
travis.howe2/29/20, 8:02 p.m.
Rating the pepperoni with honey drizzle (cheese is a 6.9). Football pizza: pretty dense with a good amount of cheese
taylorwilhelm302/29/20, 8:00 p.m.
Pretty heavy slice. Good amount of cheese on it with an intriguing overall taste.
theinfamousmike2/19/20, 3:58 a.m.
Great dough, and a fantastic Cleveland pizza, but too much flop.
ritz2/8/20, 1:47 a.m.
Alright Frankie... The staff were rude, but since I take my reviews seriously, we won’t hold that against them. Huge flop and more greasy than I like to see. Good sauce, cheese, and crust. Much better than your standard pie. 8.2, that’s a review.
brandon.bugbee11/7/19, 3:45 a.m.
So I guess being located in a “neat-o” part of town with a “edgy and cool” name warrants this exceptionally high score by you native Clevelanders. Congrats you’ve followed suit with the Cavs the Indians and now the browns. You fuckin blew it. Baker Mayfields mustache is jealous of how overrated you guys score this pizza. It wasn’t great by any means. It wasn’t bad. But Jesus Crust a 7.7! GTFO CLEVELAND GO HOME AND BURN SOME MORE JERSEYS
casey.wright16/2/19, 7:47 p.m.
Good, but not so good it's not memorable. Ellie summed it up as, ”If someone came up to me and said, ’where do you find a good place to eat, ’ I wouldn't think of this place. It's good, not memorable.”