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Posted by Anonymous on 08/16/2010
the first time i had it, it was fantastic. the second was not good. both delivery.
Posted by Luigi on 08/14/2010
Very tasty pizza, but very skimpy on the toppings.They aren't skimpy on the price.
Posted by Scotty on 04/15/2010
Love this place but the pizza is best eaten there rather than delivery. Has my favorite beers on tap. Hot girls. Great place to watch a game
Posted by PJay on 08/17/2009
Everything about this style of pizza was great, except it was much too limp! Had a great salad. Atmosphere might be fun f you're a little tipsy, but my group of 10 could not holda conversation due to the noise (even in late afternoon). Pretty meager topping also. At $2 per topping, I'd like to see a little more. I always order light cheese, and this was very very light. Probably good for 20-30 somethings.
Posted by Jennifer on 04/19/2008
Great thin crust pizza although it is not cheap. I've never been disappointed with the food and the beer is great. Their Sunday special is a great deal at $25 for a large 2 topping and a growler of beer.
Posted by Pizzalover on 08/26/2007
Really great pizza at a totally reasonable price! Try the white pizza!
Posted by JoRoHa on 01/27/2007
I just moved here 6 months ago and had not yet had really good thin crust pizza. I've been to all the big deep dish joints (Gino's, Lou Malati's, etc.) and didn't really care for them, or deep dish in general. I went to Piece today randomly and was amazed. It's not cheap, but our table of 3 ordered a large "white pizza" with sliced tomatoes and it was $18.95 ($16.95 + $2.00 for the topping). We also ordered an appetizer. It ended up being 10 bucks a person with tax and tip. So on paper, it's certainly more than a by-the-slice spot, but go with a small group and it ends up being more than reasonable. The large pie was more than enough for the three of us, and I would go as far as saying it would satisfy 4 hungry people. The appetizer was a spinach tomato dip, which was above average. The restaurant advertises itself as a New Haven style pizza place. For those of you who aren't familiar with this style, it is similar to traditional pizza except it doesn't have mozzerella cheese and is liberally sprinkled with parmesan cheese. They also offer white pizza, which I ordered (made with mozz. cheese, olive oil, and garlic). The white pizza is awesome, and the traditional style also looked good. It is more of a rustic style crust. If you are looking for something different, but not gimimcky, definitely check this place out. Great bang for your buck and the food is fantastic.