Relax and let the waitress do the talking.
the food is always good, have been there four times. we go annually on a holiday. my one word of caution: the wait staff is trained to talk extensively about the food and to return frequently to your table. they seem to really want you to inter act with them. this can be tricky if you are used to ordering and eating as a traditional quiet guest. for instance, they routinely ask "have you been here before?". which is no problem. but the waitress we had last night took an attitude that we were going to act like a big expert on the place and not let her speak. I believe she must run into this a lot. So a style of business that is intended to be homey or entertaining....can perhaps backfire. I would suggest making eye contact with the waitstaff, keep any questions or comments to a minimum and let them have the floor. There is an element of showmanship so let them do their thing.
Watch your pie bake in a wood-fired oven at this national chain with global culinary influences.. In Short Founded in Beverly Hills in 1985, these eateries with the trademark yellow, black and white color scheme have spread nationwide. The decor consists of simple wood and glass with roomy black leather booths. The thin-crust pizzas come with innovative toppings from Asia, Latin America and the Southwest; signature pizzas like the Original BBQ Chicken and Jamaican Jerk Chicken compete with old standbys like pepperoni and traditional cheese. Pastas, salads, soups and sandwiches round out the menu.
This place has some of the best salads around and a big variety of not-so-standard pizzas I have ever seen!! The appetisers are also great and you definitely get good value for your money. I highly recommend the jambalaya and most of the pasta dishes are yummy too!