If you're looking for a shot of atmosphere with your pizza, visit the Gay 90s Pizza Company on Main Street. The restaurant's interior is comprised of a few small rooms featuring low, beamed ceilings. The lighting is dim and the walls are lined with interesting pictures. The interior is definitely cozy and not excessively loud, so you could easily chat while you wait for your food. If you'd rather sit outside, the patio out back is a great option. They do tend to be busy, but we've never had to wait longer than a few minutes, even on a weekend. Servers are generally brusque and could be friendlier, but they are efficient and usually responsive to requests. The menu offers a large selection of combination pizzas, as well as a create-it-yourself option. I'm partial to the Wayne's World combo: A variety of vegetables including onions, artichoke hearts, fresh tomatoes and more on a hand-tossed crust. If your taste tends toward other cuisine, try a salad, hot sandwich or pasta dish. Prices are reasonable; not terribly expensive, but not the cheapest in town. All in all, good pizza and a nice change of pace from the typical pizza place.