The pizza is pretty good. It has a good crust texture, and the sauce has a ton of flavor. There is a wide variety of pizza toppings, although it should be larger considering that there is not much else on the menu other than pizza. If you're not going to offer more than 2 pasta dishes and some boring salads, you should have some more gourmet toppings. There are only a few appetizers to choose form as well, which does not make you want to eat a full meal there...maybe just order food to go. There was not music playing when we ate there, so the dining room was dead silent. I found this troubling since you could hear every work of your neighbors' conversations. There was only 1 waitress, and she was visibly overwhelmed. Also, it took a while to get the food. The pizzas are baked fresh, which is a great aspect of the place. However, one would think that throughtout the day, they would be at least baking crusts at 30-minute intervals or something. We waited 25 minutes for a pizza, which is too long to wait at lunch. Also, this establishment does not take Discover...I believe just V and MC. I take issue with establishments that do that. It's like they're saying to you, ""We don't care what type of credit/debit cared you use...the fees are too high, and we don't value your business enought to pay the extra 4%."" For those reasons, the good pizza is not enough to get me to go back.
Pros: better than average pizza, offers no cholesterol cheese
Cons: not adequately staffed, too quiet in the dining room, only takes certain CC's