"You can order your toppings faster you know," said the man behind the counter who almost received a black eye from moi.
"I bet I can, but I'm figuring out my toppings as I look through your pretty glass case ... you really need to be nicer," I said. I was ticked.
As I waited for my pizza to go through the conveyer belt oven, I noticed the place was louder than loud, really hot and flies peppered the tables. I had to dine in because I was short on time, but wasn't excited about it.
I asked the staff if they normally put garlic butter sauce with alfredo sauce. He told me to do whatever I want and rushed me through (side note: both times nobody was in line behind me). My order was mushy, too rich and clearly lacked guidance.
I stayed traditional with my second attempt. It was OK. I liked the dough.
Domino's is cheaper, hotter and easier. I think I'll stick with them ... unless I need a pie ASAP.
|A tent was set out in front of the pizza place the night before it's grand opening. The first 50 people inside received a free pie.|
|The line wrapped around the building. This is moments before the opening of Pie Five.|