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  • HenryFloristu

    A guy who calls himself Johnny Goodtimes? And a cook who doesn’t bath? Seriously or is this a joke?

  • Johnny Goodtimes

    It’s “bathe”, not “bath”, for future reference. You know, in case you ever again want to make obnoxious and idiotic accusations about people you don’t know.

  • Alex

    That’s untrue. Bathe is the correct verb here, unless you’re in the a commonwealth country which is where bath will generally be the “proper” verb.

  • T-Mac

    Holy Shit when did everyone become an asshole?!

  • rwblake

    Is anyone actually concerned about their food? Geez, these guys are becoming PR whores.
    Put more time in improving the food. Non-friends of the owners are not rating it in the 3 or 4 range on Yelp. Friends of owners and the PR machine give it 5’s.

  • rwblake

    Clarify before I get flames, Yelp reviews outside of “friends” of owners have been putting in an average of 3 or 4.

  • Johnny Goodtimes

    Rwblake, no flames. The other guy is just a troll. As far as the PR machine, they don’t really have one. It’s not like some heavy duty PR firm is sending out releases for them. I think it’s the concept (world’s first pizza museum) that has kind of generated it’s own buzz and it snowballed. As far as the food, I’ve only had one slice, but it was pretty solid.

  • Steve

    Foobooz is pathetic….the same old stories about the same flavor of the month restaurant “written” by the same terrible journalists. Honestly, the only reason I even check this website anymore is because Eater (which Foobooz usually steals their best pieces from) is blocked where I work!

  • rwblake

    They are media whores, problem is people will get tired of it. Too much of a good thing can be a problem. Yes, they are todays flavor of the month.
    Still, they need to focus on the Pizza and say getting tables for people to sit at instead of stand. I’d like to take our work crowd for a business lunch, alas that is not possible.

  • The Communicator

    there are tables and seating for 16 people in their dining room now, plus the 8 stools they have on the pizza side. i just had lunch there on friday.