Larry went with his standard order – the Steak Hoagie – which is only $5! It was sizeable for sure and tasty. I stole a bite for testing purposes. I think it’s very standard for a Cincinnati steak hoagie – the hoagie bun is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside – then you add pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and pickles on the hoagie patty.
What is that hoagie patty anyway? It’s meat-ish – right? It reminds me of the “McRib” texture. Is that just me?
I got pizza – I’m pretty sure I got a personal 10″ which starts at $6 and toppings are 75 cents each. I asked if they had any “specialty pizzas” (which the site says they do – Chicken Teriyaki, Fuego Honey Chipotle and a Loaded Spud) – I was looking for some sort of “combo” – the guy working was pretty clueless and had no idea what I meant – so I just put together my own combo with pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms and olives.
It’s a good pizza – The crust is nice and crisp, the cheese is laid on thick and the sauce is good but not overwhelming. I would be interested to try their specialty pizzas because they sound very interesting. They also have potato nachos (fried potatoes with all the toppings) and even a couple of desserts (Cinnamon Coils & S’mores Pizza).
Why Should You Go? It’s mainly a to-go place – there are a few tables I think – but it’s mainly a counter. They also deliver but location wise it’s definitely something I could grab on my way home from work.