was having new tires put on at Tire Kingdom across the street. Wandered in to waste some time. Had a ham/pineapple calzone. Cost a little under $10, but I was definitely full. Had the House coffee, which was excellent. Friendly service. Two TVs, one in each front corner. Sound was coming from only one tv and wasn't overwhelming like the previous review stated. If something is to loud go ahead and turn it down. That's what I would have done. Overall, very good food. That's what matters. Great crust around my calzone, delicious cheese, ham, and pineapple.
I'm only in the area for a few months, so to be honest if I were trying to waste time in this area again, I would probably try somewhere else. Not because I dislike it, but because I like variety and writing these reviews on places i've never been.
If someone were to ask me where to get pizza in this area, this would be my first recommendation.
This is a good, consistent pizza shop. The pizza’s are oven baked, thin crust, with just the right amount of cheese. The sausage is delicious. The salads are great, with fresh green lettuce, fresh tomatoes, and topped with pine nuts, bacon and cheese. The strombolis are also great. The crust is yummy, and the inside was very cheesy. Lots of interesting flavors of ice cream and gelato. The only problems are the televisions which are often too loud and competing with each other for your attention (along with the radio in the kitchen), and one (only one) of their staff has a bad attitude, though all the rest of them are great.