When I stepped through the door the smells reminded me of our hometown pizza place I grew up eating at over 1500 miles away. The atmosphere was good, we beat the dinner rush crowd. They had T.V.'s in every corner playing sports but none of them had the volume turned up, which didn't bother us. The tables were covered with a big sheet of paper and crayons were available for kids to color with.
The service was fine. The server we had was new (by her own admission) and has a lot to learn but she did a good job.
The pizza and buffalo wings were very good. I liked the sauce they used on their pizza, it had good flavor. They also have gluten free pizza crust for those who are interested.
All in all a good place to eat if you want pizza.
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