Typical Pizza joint fair. Very good pizza, especially if you like olive oil, and plenty of pastas that they will serve up any way you like it.
In the dining room, generous specials and a pitcher of beer with the pizza.
At the take out counter, they serve up complimentary soft drinks and draft beer to ease any wait.
Calling it the Cheers of pizza joints is exactly right. The food is pretty good, and the friendly atmosphere has been there for decades. Yup, my first visit was around 1990, and it was that way then. Owners have changed over the years, but not the Pizza or their welcoming atmosphere. The pizza is just good CT style thin crust,...