We had dinner here while on a pilgrimage to the nearby American Girls store.
When we got there at 1820, it was completely empty; we nearly drove off. I’m glad we didn’t. Raegan got a small (8″) canadian bacon, mushroom, and green olive pizza. She ate the entire thing.
Erin and I split a large (14″). Hers was bacon cheeseburger (without the onions), and mine was meat plus (pepperoni, hamburger, sausage, and bacon). That was one of the best pizzas I have had in a while. It was probably in the top five, including the outstanding pizza that we had in Bozeman last summer. It had just the right amount of sauce (which was just a touch spicy), the toppings had FLAVOR (yea!), and the amount of cheese was perfect. The crust was a thin crust, which got softer as eating continued, as the crust absorbed some of the meat grease. That, BTW, is not a bad thing.
The tea was pretty good (brewed there!). Cooking time was a little longer, but on the other hand, the pizza crust was nice and crispy.
Again, a simply wonderful pizza. I would eat here any time. Our check was $31.42. Great stuff.