Although Punch is small and isn't a place to go for waitors and waitresses to cater to your needs, it still offers excellent authentic pizza and salads that are made and ready in minutes. The pizzas aren't like Pizza Hut's either- they are thin crusted, fresh, and traditionally Italian with black spots on the crust from being in an oven-burning stove.
Walking into Punch for lunch is a fast and easy way to get some good tasting food- you walk in, place your order at the cash register, watch as they make your pizza and put it in tiled stove, then take it out in a matter of minutes, put on any last minute ingredients, and say your order number for you to come pick it up. Dinner is the same, but may involve waiting a couple minutes extra at the cash register. It can get busy on summer nights, with people eating outside and in.
There are all kinds of people- couples on dates, moms picking up dinner for the kids, younger groups of friends, and many families, sometimes with the kids still in their soccer uniforms about to go to a big game.
Most people order pizzas- toppings include an assortment of cheeses including Italian buffalo mozarella, herbs, olives, meats like prochuto and the normal pepperoni and sausage, fresh tomatoes, and many others- but the salads too are excellent and come with a special bread, still warm. I always get the punch salad with pine nuts, prochuto, and parmazon cheese on mixed greens with an excellent dressing. They have children's sized pizzas as well.
So next time you're on the run, by yourself or with any group of people, stop by for a quick pizza or salad to eat there or on your way to wherever else you may be going.