I have to say that I didn't used to be a fan of thin-crust pizza, before eating here. I absolutely love their pizza. I used to go to the other pizza places in Holly Springs, but decided to try this, despite my loathing for anything that has to do with New Yorkers. ;) I am happy I tried it out. I have to say that I have never had a fresh-made pizza there yet. I always get their special-- two slices of pepperoni with a drink... about $6.75 after taxes. I believe they make their special pizzas ahead of time and then throw the two slices in the oven when ordered. The crust is crispy on the bottom, but still pretty floppy. The sauce and the cheese are different than any other around. Great seasoning in the sauce, and the cheese is a bit salty, which I like. The ONLY thing I can say bad about the pepperoni pizza is that it VERY greasy. As soon as I get the slices, I soak up the grease with 3-4 napkins. I don't mind this at all though, because I know it's going to be good! Anyway, we used to go to Homegrown and I've tried La Dolce Vita a few times. Michelangelos is about the closest in style, but I don't like the taste at all.
Pros: Best NY style I've had. I like Unos for Chicago style. Quick and reasonably priced daily special.
Cons: Pepperoni pizza is very greasy, but oooOOOOOooo so good.