Good pizza? Yes - Worth it? Absolutely not!
The pizza, while good, isn't worth putting up with the rude staff and owner.
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You have to place your order before they will put you on the list for a table, but don’t expect your drinks until you get to the table. If you want a drink, go to the bar, but I warn you, it isn’t service with a smile. We go to the bar and the bartender immediately tells us we can't have a 14 and 7 year old in the bar area while we ordered our drinks - we had to send them to the other room. The whole while, he allows a boy of maybe 11 to stand there for more than an hour. After about 45 minutes we get a table and soon after, the pizza arrives at our table. The pizza was good but they were skimpy on the mushrooms. There is no wait staff to speak of in that there are no waiters. Everything is ordered and paid for ahead of time. They have runners who bring the pizza to the table and show up twice - the first time to ask if you need a refill on your drink and the second to ask if you have any problems. Yes - not – “Is there anything else you need? “ But, "Do you have any problems?" Our answer was no, everything was fine. During this exchange, we notice that the owner was blatantly standing behind the girl with two people waiting to clear our table. We were there to celebrate a birthday and were in the middle of opening cards and sharing conversation, while the birthday boy continued to eat. Well I guess they didn't like our answer because "Lou" then positioned himself in the other room and essentially stared us down for the next 10 to 15 minutes until we finally left. As we left, my husband took Lou’s hand and said we won't be back.
If you are in for a novelty experience - go to Big Lou's - if you want a good family experience and good pizza - go to your nearest Double Dave's and order the thin crust where the staff is always nice and you have some games to entertain the kids to boot.