Lousy Service! My father-in-law used to love Pizza Gram. He'd go to Chicken Parm night with my brother-in-law and his family, and my husband and I would take him and my mother-in-law out for pizza on Friday nights for many years. Even after he became ill and homebound, we would drive past many pizzerias to bring him pizza from Pizza Gram. The night before his funeral, on a Thursday, 9 members of the family went to eat at Pizza Gram. We were told that they could not accommodate such a ""large"" party unless we wanted to sit at opposite sides of the restaurant. We indicated that we were willing to wait until space opened up and that we were a family in town for a funeral. It didn't matter. We were told we should have called in advance if we expected any restaurant to seat such a large group and we would have to sit separately...end of story. Two months prior they had seated 7 of us on a weekend evening without any advance warning. One last plea...again we said we would wait, that Dad had loved this restaurant and we had come to celebrate his life in a place he had enjoyed. It didn't matter. Apparently they would rather turn away 9 customers than be accommodating. We drove to a competitor's establishment, where two tables were immediately pushed together and we were treated with respect. Pizza Gram lost several long-standing customers that evening.