Upon my asking, I was told "special" being the in-house pizza, of 2 toppings/large size diameter pizza.
But after the order, I found out that xtra sauce be an "xtra $1.00"
Vs the high many pizza businesses charge only for xtra cheese.
The pizza being to go.
Once I ate the first slice --- there was only 1 of 2 ordered toppings; so I thought I got scammed.
Later, I ate the 2nd slice: there was the pepperoni, from request (but not the 2nd orferd topping).
But this was the thinnest pepperoni I had of anywhere pizza was made.
So thin, anyone WILL mistake this for the sauce, when
(a) looking on the pizza
(b) eating the the slice that has the pepperoni. Unless you eat -carefully- slow enuff.
And most consumers NOT eat pizza slow, when they are hungry.
Later, as I met a public service person --- I had to share this experience to him.
He litely laughed at my above.
Even though he said to have eaten there before.
But once I told him in what I paid: his eyelashes & neck were litely pulling up.
"YOU could get double that, @ __ & __, for that price."
As I came home to eat more --- the crust stand out -- more than the pizza itself.
As I finish up, the refrigerated slices. the 2nd to last slice be the largest overall of the entire pizza.
(no changes, during the whole time, about the pepperoni)
But this slice has been having lesser crust; proven by the breaking alignment of the slice. As this being the biggest undercrusted/undersauced slice -- with too much cheese. ('dry')
California can't survive an earthquake;
"Etna" made pizza can't survive being hand-led via a customer.