My review has to focus on just the pizzas since we've never managed to order anything else here since they are so, so good.
This restaurant opened during the worst of the economic downturn Michigan experienced and we couldn't imagine how it was going to survive since Plymouth has never been short on restaurants. The owners put a lot of money in creating this restaurant (it was a book store), including installing a wood fire oven and a sleek looking dining room and bar area. Well, the restaurant has done way more than survive, it is thriving and often it is tough to get a table there at dinner time.
Back to the pizza--the crust is thin and the wood fire means that it is nice and crisp. They use good quality ingredients to top this wonderful crust. Our favorite is the BBQ chicken. The BBQ sauce is outstanding and leads me to think their BBQ dishes must be really good too. We always intend to try them on our next visit, but we never want to pass up the delicious pizza.
There are multiple TVs in the restaurant so it may not be a quiet meal if a big sporting event is on TV (and you just may not be able to get a table since they really fill up during these times).
The service here can be hit or miss. We've had a few really outstanding servers who have added to our dining experience and we've had some real duds with bad attitudes and bad waitressing skills. Fortunately they are mostly good and efficient.
One tip worth noting--Mondays are half price pizza night which makes for a great bargain on a good quality pie!
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