Wafer thin wood oven baked pizza: tasty and if you are Italian this should remind you of the best of Rome-style pie. For me it was just OK: the Margherita was a little too bland for a very basic pie. It helped the edges were nicely crisped in the wood oven though. Waitstaff were terrible: two ladies with little service experience working in the place and an inattentive manager behind the counter who turn on the air conditioning when the temp outside was 45degrees. Had to have a talk with them about that one. Hopefully this is just a fluke and they will get fired soon before the owner starts losing customers.
I am a 45 year old professional wardrobe stylist that has been a thrift shopper since I was a teenager. Believe me when I say this is one of the best thrift shops in the city. Pricing and selection has always been stellar and the staff is always helpful. Every thrift store has its strength and this store is great for mostly clothes and dishware. It's definitely worth the trip.
You can get anything you need from the smallest item to the biggest. If you can't find it anywhere else you can always count on walmart to have it. You can always count on walmart to have the best prices as well becasue they match any other prices too.