The place doesn't look like much from the outside and even from the inside but the taste of the pizza more than makles up for the simplistic decor and flimsy paper plates. Gluten free and regular beers are offered as well asn wine and doft drinks. My grandchildren ate 2 slices each of the whole wheat crust and never noticed it wasn't regular crust. With the thin crust you really taste the toppings too. They offer a sampler which is a great way to taste several of theirn wonderful varieties. Not a cheap place to eat but I plan to go there often. As the space is limited, we did takeout which worked well for us.
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