Location is key here -- directly adjacent to Newton Corner bus stops and with adequate parking in several parking lots (can be challenging at lunch time, but there are side streets with free parking if you're not going to be there more than 1 or 2 hours). They change their special offers from time to time -- currently on weekdays between 4-7 and after 10 they have cheap appetizers, making this a convenient place to meet friends after work or for a late night snack and chat. The pizzas are Chicago style, deep crust. The crusts do taste good, but they are quite greasy. The appetizers are of expected quality. Service is generally friendly and attentive. On weeknights it rarely seems that the place is at all crowded. Sometimes there are a lot of people watching sports at the bar, but it would be extremely rare to have to wait for a table on a weeknight. The place is so big that it's not much of a problem on weekends either (the location seems more commuter friendly, so that cuts down on the weekend crowd a little).