My daughter was sick so we went for takeout.
When you pull up to this converted single family home on a street corner you notice the wood burning by smelling the fragrant smoke and seeing the stone masonry chimney and huge stack of wood.
It's an eclectic vibe and took me awhile to figure the system of ordering out.
I asked the guy behind the counter.
Very friendly service.
You pick you crust and toppings yourself or trust them to just make you a pie!
We ordered a multigrain crust with roasted red peppers and pepperoni roasted garlic and mushrooms.
The scratch refers to a section of the restaurant with a turntable and stacks of classic vinyl albums. I picked Traffic and did as the sign said and changed the record!
His cool is that!
There are album covers all around.
There byob too
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