In 1987, this small local chain opened its first restaurant and since then has spawned many more. The popularity of this small eatery is evident by how busy it always is. During peak lunch and dinner times it can be somewhat difficult to find a table, but the wait is well worth it. Pizzas, sandwiches and calzones dominate the menu. There are some pasta dishes, but I would stick to what the kitchen is known for, that's the pizzas! Fresh ingredients paired with the use of brick ovens create mouthwatering aromas and tastes that are unmatched by other pizzerias. The eatery is small, but the patio section is the place to have a pie. Mow down some pizza under the sun or beneath the stars, and enjoy watching old cars parade by on the weekends.