Good. Not great. A little floppy. Could have stayed in the oven another 2 minutes. I'd come back though.
vintagesquid5/8/21, 7:15 p.m.
Good wood-fired pizza. A little flop in the middle, but otherwise a good, crispy crust. A little heavy-handed with the olive oil drizzle. Overall good.
jrfarlow4/17/21, 6:20 p.m.
Really solid woodfire pizza. I had the margarita the wife had a pepperoni. Mine awesome crisp crust great undercarriage, mildly sweet sauce, good chard bubbles on the crust. Wife’s was a little greasy due to the pepperoni but still tasty. Solid atmosphere and great staff.
wsinclair29/7/19, 1:21 a.m.
This was better than your average personal pizza. Burned my face off with the first bite. Sauce and cheese better than average just too floppy for my liking.
pizzia.guy.et5/10/19, 12:53 a.m.
Decent. Lacks the “it” factor. Sauce is average. Crust is smooth but also lacks something. Not bad for a town with few non-delivery options.
sergio.patsy2/21/19, 7:44 p.m.
This was a terrible all around experience put on display by this sad excuse for a restaurant. The pizza, if you can even call it that was disgusting, I struggled to make it through one piece and I was STARVING. Along with every other place in this drunken recollection of “town” the service was at a dead snails pace, honestly surprised by the fact the food was still warm when I received it. With chicken toppings that rivaled the looks and taste of dog food I would say pedigree has a run for its money on its hands. Then when asked for ranch I was handed a herb loaded yogurt filled sauce that I honestly mistook for taziki and had to double check with the waitress about what I was brought. My advice pick a pizza chain and cut your losses. Disappointed is only the surface level of emotions I experienced that day. STEER CLEAR.