We stopped by as this place was open late despite the off-season drop in Cooperstown traffic. The building is an old, converted, 2-Story house that seats about 40. They had a young kids soccer team up on the 2nd floor and the place was a little noisy. They had a TV on, although no special sporting events were going on. Parking was not.a problem at night.
We ordered a pizza and wings. The food was delivered to our table, in a small, side-room, in about 15 minutes. The pizza was good with plenty of ingredients, not too much crust, but the tomato sauce was a little bland. The 20-piece wings were a little over-cooked. We were able to enjoy the atmosphere more once the soccer team left. You could hear most other conversations on the 1st floor and engage the other customers or compare food. Prices are about average based on visits to similar, independent, neighborhood pizzerias.
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