After sampling some of the local pizza joints, I have to say that my expectations were already quite low by the time we tried out our neighborhood pizza place.
The location of this restaurant is perfect -- right at the corner of a usually bustling intersection in South Park. You can sit by the window and watch the neighborhood's ebbs and flows.
We tried a basic pizza to test the waters -- mushroom and pepperoni. Non-pizza items (pastas) on the menu were rather pricy for the place -- more like an upscale restaurant's prices...but this place has plastic cups. The waitstaff was very polite and service was prompt. Our pizza arrived and we were dismayed to see that they used canned mushrooms. For an almost $20 pizza, that is kind of a travesty. The sauce didn't taste homemade and the pizza dough was so-so. It wasn't inedible but it was no gourmet pizza. Rather disappointing.
This place seems to be expanding and/or remodelling, so we're hoping that they perhaps get a new chef too. We could really use some more good restaurants in South Park.