This restaurant isn't a great dine-in experience, but the crisp, thin crust pizza with excellent sauce more than makes up for the very plain surroundings. We come to this restaurant every visit to South Haven and are always glad we did. There isn't much seating so it is best to eat in slightly off hours so you don't have to wait for a table. Carry out never works for us because that nice crisp crust gets squishy fast in a box. A small pizza is enough for two adults, with a couple slices left over which makes it a great bargain too.
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