Great concept, even better prices. Menu has a huge selection. You can make just about anything you can think of such as: Thai chicken, Buffalo, and even taco pizzas. They even have traditional/boneless wings with several sauce options, and salads. They use the new digital touchscreen soda fountains which I love because of all the different combinations, like coke with lime. Now, that being said, the establishment is brand new and the employees have no clue what they are doing. Most are high school age, and look totally lost when building the pizzas. I have been several times and such inexperience shows, i.e. - multiple toppings have been forgotten, seasonings dumped in one heap on the pizza, using laughably small amounts of cheese, and toppings spread terribly or piled in the middle only. They also cannot use the the register and have charged me incorrectly, given the wrong receipt copy, ect... Once the kids are trained a little longer and gain some confidence, this place could be a gem. Don't let that stop you from going, you just might have to coach them as they make your pizza for a few weeks.
Howdy y'all. Just a comment/opinion. Ate at the local Pizza Inn; the old-timers reduced price night. Five bucks for all the imbiber can shovel in at the Inn. The salad bad was good. Not huge but with enough healthy goodies to ingest. Plenty of pizza-types up for grabs, including several desert-type pizzas. Thin-style crusts assist in keeping costs, carbs and calories minimized to an extent. Meager topping but for the price whaddya' bums expect? besides, the topping amounts here generally reflect the smaller amounts their non-budget competitors are following themselves. Parmesan cheese and dried chili shakers at each table or booth. Also deserts at the salad bar; jello, a couple puddings, etc. A decent meal for the price but you high-falutin' nose-in-the-air types would likely shun this "regular folks" eatin' joint.