My husband and I are not very adventurous when it comes to eating at new places. We keep saying we are going to try new places, but never do. We found this place only because we stop at Jamba juice after church on Sundays. We first noticed that there are always people in there (always a good sign), but it wasn't enough to convince us to walk in. Twice, I walked in to grab a menu, noticed all the people and the very reasonable prices, but still wasn't ready to give it a try! Every Sunday, for the past year or so, we stop, debate about going in, then leave! Finally, today, while I screamed, pouted and whined because I was convinced my day would be ruined, my husband mustered up the courage to give it a try and took me as his prisoner!!! So upset i was forced to go in, i warned him that he would pay the price if it turned out to be horrible food (as if he was the one to cook it...hahaha). Anyhoo...it was amazing!!! I had the lasagna (yum yum yum), he had the calzone (yum^3) and my kids had pizza. My husband sighed the sigh of relief and couldn't wait for me to admit that he was right to drag me in there! He was very right and I am thankful that he did. Needless to say, we will be adding this little gem to our restaurant repertoire. Thank you for the delicious food. The Mendoza family
Wow. Aside from having really bland pizza and a very limited array of choices, their service get's really bad when they have any kind of line. Their problem is that they have one person who takes orders AND gets drinks. So when you have a line of 10 people (my son's Lacrosse team, for example), it takes FOREVER to place your order. This is a consistent problem with this restaurant - I've been here four times with my son's sports teams.In this case, I was about 10th in line. It took me 20 minutes just to get a soda for my boy. When I had the nerve to say something to the guy at the register about having someone else fill the beverages so he could concentrate on taking orders and speed things along, the manager came out and asked me what MY problem was. I explained the situation. Instead of apologizing, she condescendingly asked me if I had any restaurant experience and "thanked" me for "wasting her employee's time". (I actually do, as well as experience in operations but the root of the problem was easy to identify anyway.)Since the customer's time is so much less important at this place, and since there are so many other options in the area, I strongly urge you to go elsewhere for more enjoyable food and beverages, and a more customer-friendly atmosphere. I suggest Rossi's if you want better service and nicer people.