Watch your pie bake in a wood-fired oven at this national chain with global culinary influences.. In Short Founded in Beverly Hills in 1985, these eateries with the trademark yellow, black and white color scheme have spread nationwide. The decor consists of simple wood and glass with roomy black leather booths. The thin-crust pizzas come with innovative toppings from Asia, Latin America and the Southwest; signature pizzas like the Original BBQ Chicken and Jamaican Jerk Chicken compete with old standbys like pepperoni and traditional cheese. Pastas, salads, soups and sandwiches round out the menu.
Great food and service-usually fast and consistent.
We order takeout usually at least once a week after work. They always get the order right and remember us by name. The menu is good, however, our favorite items are NOT the pizzas even though they are fine, but they have EXCELLENT salads and pastas as well as appetizers. The menu is great, lots of items besides pizza and all of them good. I think this chain is one of the most consistent and therefore will continue to go back (I worked in the restaurant business and know when a restaurant is run well. They have a good friendly staff, and kitchen gets it right and quickly every time. The prices are a little higher than average but so much worth it and the portions are good-a full salad could really be split into 2 meals with an appetizer.-Great service and food, very consistent.
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