The atmosphere is fun, if a bit cramped-- you place an order up front near the door and when your order is ready, they call out your name over the loudspeaker. The place is a bit odd, and in truth the facility is wanting for more space and less of the dive feel to it. The brick walls have 20 years of names scrawled on them. The low lighting and the throbbing music lend it that college food-joint feel (which indeed it is). And unfortunately the bathrooms add to that tangible ambiance. The real reason for coming however is the food. The pizza is bar-none. They use fresh ingredients, gourmet cheeses, excellent meats, and fresh veggies. The result is amazing.
I have eaten the following pizza there:
Canadian Bacon & Pineapple
The last time prior to Monday night was during the Olympics in 2002. I definitely plan on not letting ti take that long again, especially now I know they have a location in South Jordan (amongst others).
Go. You know you want to...