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While this little family owned pizza shop doesn't have much in the way of dine-in space, or any restroom facilities for its customers, it does have have a few very eccentric features. For example, it is possible for someone to order their pizza online.
Another eccentric offering is the huge 42 inch "party size" pizza that is offered here, though it is not listed on the menu - it is shown in the display area above the video games.
Pizza is sold by the slice, but that offer ends at 4 in the afternoon as the heated display shelves are then devoted to the large number of people who come through picking up pizza on their way home. However, it is still possible to order a "personal" size pizza for $2.99 (not including tax) rather than a pre-made pizza slice.
Be sure to take a look at the "Red Star" artwork on the south facing wall.
There are three video games that are set to be free to play while you are waiting for the pizza to be ready: Mortal Kombat, Pac Man, and
Favorite Dish: It's pizza, and there are a lot of different ingredients. It would have to be pretty terrible stuff for me to not like it, and if you explore their web site a bit you will find that they have a pizza making philosophy that goes into freshly made crusts and sauces, which is more than just making pizza likable.
That said, I can tell you that for dinner I ordered two personal size pizzas with different toppings on each one, and all of them were to my liking - but then that is the advantage of ordering the toppings to suit your own taste!Related to:
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