Best known for their pizza...
This pizzeria is a couple miles off the 15 freeway off Camino Del Norte. It was a rainy evening and I felt like carb loading.
We walked in around 8p and there were absolutely no customers. This establishment is pretty big and I believe they host parties, fundraisers, etc. There are TVs, a juke box, and a game room.
We ordered a med pizza with pep, sausage and mushrooms, a minestrone soup, a spaghetti and meat ravioli with meat sauce and garlic bread, beer and soda. Total came to about $30.
I wasn't feeling the s&r. It was OK - nothing notable. The pizza was actually pretty tasty. Although I prefer my crust to be a bit more well done. Overall, their pizza is what they are known for, so stick with the pizza. The service was quick. You place your order at the counter and you pick your seat. The food was prepared fast, but then again we were the only diners.
A bit far for me to drive for pizza, but if I were in the area, I'd come back.