From the other reviews of Olie's Pizzeria, I was expecting "outstanding ambiance" or at the very least, "solid ambiance". But make no mistake about it, although Olie's has tasty and unique pizza, their ambiance is yellow walls, the game blaring from the tv, and 4 bar stools. It's cheerful, it's lively, but it's a pizza by the slice place first and foremost. It is not a trendy, upscale dine-in pizza restaurante.
We ordered two pizzas - Meat and Pepper (Salami, capicollo, with chorizo sausage subbed in for peppers) and California (pesto, feta cheese, spinach, fresh tomatoes, sundried tomatoes) -
The pizzas were quite unlike any pizza I'd ever tasted. The crust was thin and had no droopage when you picked up a slice. The ingredients were very fresh (we watched as they sliced the chorizo sausage off a big stick of sausage for our pizza) but in all that freshness and tastiness we kinda missed the greasy cheesy goodness of "normal" pizza.
In that regard it was a bit pricey for what it was (I needed 4 pieces to feel full - a single slice sells for $3).
The service was a little interesting. We asked if we could substitute toppings, and then the pizza guy answered, yes, we could do a pizza half-and-half. (what?) In the end, he let us sub chorizo sausage for the peppers so it ended up being pretty sweet.
I'm not sure if I would return to this place for a pizza craving, but it is a tasty, light meal that may leave you craving grease cuz it is quite healthy tasting.