I thought the pizza was fine. Its more like a thin crust than other pizza houses, but my daughter and I liked it. And yes it IS a bit greasy, but what pizza lover doesnt like grease on their pizza? If its a bit much for you to deal with, you could always dab it with a paper towel. Cant comment on the subs or other food since I only got the pizza. But I would recommend this place and will definitely order again in the future.
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