I happened by their little shop on Century Avenue one night after work, and being from out of town thought I would like a calzone for supper. I stopped in and the busy staff took my order while I found a seat to wait at one of the four bistro-like tables that seemed to be there as window dressing only. I wouldn't recommend dining in here, but I don't think that's their specialty. Delivery people were flying in and out of the place, boxes were stacked and ready for pick-up......etc. So, when I returned to the hotel to eat, I was anxious to see what had smelled so good on the ride back. I ordered the "small" one, and it was approximately 5"x10" and about 2 1/2" high. The bread was delicately crispy on the outside and soft on the inside with a crisp pan seared bottom. The inside was stuffed with the usual array of meat, mozzarella, sauce, and vegetables. I know I was hungry, but on a scale of 1 to 5, I would give the food a 10. The store I visited was not a restaurant per se, but more like a factory, so I wouldn't rate or recommend a dine-in experience at all.
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