We tried this pizza based on the recommendation of friends and found it to be a nice alternative to the more cookie cutter delivery pizzas on the market. To begin with, the pizza has a nice thin and crispy crust that is reminiscent of specialty pizzas found in Italian restaurants and unlike anything you will get from your major chains. Additionally, the ingredients seemed fresher and more "authentic" than pizza deliveries. The restaurant itself is very quaint and calls to mind small neighborhood pizza restaurants of the past with limited seating but friendly ambiance. Even with the above features, the pizza was reasonable priced at a little over $10 per large (16 in) pizza. We will definitely try Willy Good Pizza again soon.
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