We read other reviews of this place and are big fans of the food called Pizza. So, hearing there was great thin crust pizza, we figured we would give it a try for lunch.
Arriving, the place was pretty full and busy, which is always nice to see. We noticed everyone having paninis - and if I do go back I will certainly try them - they all looked great! But only 1 person had a pizza box on their table, so we couldn't see a pizza beforehand.
It is not thin crust, for sure. Thicker dough and pre-cooked to boot (topping and sauce added to pre-baked dough). My husband has been in the industry for years and knew it immediately. The pizza also came too quickly so that indicated it was pre made in some fashion. The cheese is of a lesser quality, no double pressed mozzerella here, and lots of it, which is great if you dig that, and the sauce was not fresh and zesty as it should be with Italian thin crust, but more like tomato paste with some seasoning.
Service was okay (never came by to ask if all was well, and some hot sauce could have been used) By the time we had finished the place was nearly empty it still took us a long time to get our bill as the server was busy chatting and just not around. I think it's a psychological thing; when places are busy things move (both in the kitchen and the front of the house) but when it's not, it's like break time has begun.
I would go back and try a panini or perhaps their chicken breast with salad as it did look great, but if you are a thin crust pizza fan like myself, it's not what it claims to be.