We checked this place out yesterday on the way back from P-Town.
The place is nicely decorated, and having been to other coal fired pizza restaurants we kind of knew what to expect.
Going right to the heart of the matter, the pizza was just OK. Nothing special to justify the high prices. We had the Meat Lovers Pizza andf it was OK. Regular Pepperoni, the sausage was in chunky slices. The bacon a little burned.
We also had a Hawaiian - the pineapple came in giant slabs with tiny little flavorless ham pieces (could have been lunchmeat).
The pepperoni & bacon was OK - bacon burned again.
The Sauce is not very flarorful, not bad but not great either. The crust, as with other coal fired places we've visited, was burned on the edges and wicked thin.
We also had the wings - Buffalo and Lemon Pepper. They too were OK. My boys liked the buffalo ones, my girls liked the lemon pepper ones. I had both, but didn't think a lot of either one.
The service was great. The place was very clean. The beer selection was pretty good (if a bit pricey at $5+/glass).
For the food alone, I'd say pass. But if you wanted a romantic spot with the right decorations and everything spotless, then you might not do better in that section of the Cape. For 6 people the bill was $130 including drinks.
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