Please understand -- the pizza itself isn't bad, if more than a bit overpriced. It's the ambiance that grates. We were first exposed when our son's soccer team needed a place for post-game celebrations. Mission accomplished. Just be aware you'll be sharing the place with about 120 sugared-up sports kids, and the associated noise. Even when those have gone home, they've got a bunch of big-screen TVs tuned to stick-and-ball sports, and drunken has-beens and never-weres will sit around swilling beer and acting stupidly. Take the pizza (and fairly good salads) to go, and avoid the noise and bother.