We were on our way back to the condo, and decided to take home a pizza. It was pretty empty at that how (about 4:45 on a Thursday,) so it didn't take too long -- about 20 minutes. Calling ahead is also a good option.
We ordered the 14" 2-item pizza for $17.75 before tax. Sizes come mini, 10", 12", 14" and 16". The 14" was plenty for the two of us, with some left over.
The crust is not thin, but not too thick, either. Good zesty sauce. Pepperoni sliced very thin, and mushrooms are finely chopped.
We also order the family salad -- mixed lettuce and a few tomato wedges, hot peppers, and shredded mozzarella cheese on top for $8.25. Again, more than enough for 2, and we like a lot of salad, but pretty basic. I would have preferred some other veggies on top, rather than the cheese.
The menu also has hot and cold sandwiches, and spaghetti, the usual sides that go with bar food, i.e. wings, pizza bred, mozzarella sticks. ($8.25; #3.25 for a side salad.)
The decor is classic dark beach bar, with memorable artwork. There are a number of large statues hanging from walls and ceiling that look like bronze of various saline eating pizza. A shipshead maiden is also there. Tables for 4 or larger picnic-size for a larger group or family. Looks like a pretty full bar, focused on good basic drinks, beer, and wine.
Friendly, helpful service. They didn't seem to mind that we did not order drinks while we waited, but it was early. It looks like it would be a lively, friendly place later int he evening.
Get the address before you go -- it is easy to buzz by this place among the many strip malls in the area.
To sum: good pizza - perhaps not my favorite, but a good effort.
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