Nowhere else in Knoxville can you get 40 taps and pizzeria-style pizza. Beer selection is incredible. Atmosphere is ethereal. Pizza is one of the top 3, if not THE best in Knoxville. Beer + pizza = crazy good times.
I will not be completely one-sided though. I gave it four stars instead of five for two small reasons. One and a half, really. The main reason is, outside of pizza, the food is kind of blah. I did go recently and discovered that they had a great nacho appetizer, but my opinion about the menu as a whole remains the same. Nothing remarkable about it. They also eliminated the option to purchase a single slice during dinner hours. That was lame.
The other is rather minor. I consistently find myself waiting at length for my order. Let me clarify this because I believe it's the kitchen that's slow, not the servers whom I usually find to be quite attentive even while covering a large area. This is usually not a big deal because the reason I usually go is to chat and have a good time with several others. The atmosphere almost makes up for the long wait. But sometimes I am just downright hungry and if I'm not having the beer, I really miss the pizza even more.
There is usually good entertainment late at night, and I like to go when I can afford to stay up. During the summer (when school's out) you can usually see a great performance without getting crowded out. It tends to be a little loud though. I would prefer the music be in the background instead of the place turning into an auditorium at 10:00. But the place books great talent, and you can't complain about that. After all, you can always go upstairs where there's no cover and the noise gets drowned out a little bit. It's quieter up there but there's less seating.