It was Tuesday afternoon when we walked into the dining area located directly across from the University. Neon beer signs decorated the windows and walls. Three television screens placed overhead were broadcasting sports. Peoples chatter and music contributed to the loudness in the room. We seated ourselves, and the waitress took her time to get to us. We browsed the menu and noticed a pizza named after the former Lobo Men's Basketball Coach Steve Alford. Recently, around the end of March, Alford was picked up by UCLA. My boyfriend asked the waitress if they were going to keep his pizza. She said it was going to stay because they had just printed out new menus.
We ordered chicken wings and a Hawaiian pizza but asked that the ham be replaced by pepperoni.
It took more than thirty minutes for our order to reach the table. The half order of chicken wings were a disappointment.
Before the pizza came out, our waitress brought us little pizza trays to use as plates. The pizza looked good but its taste wasn't great. I'm not really sure how to go about describing the awful cheese but it was runny and chewy.
I had to explain to my boyfriend how that was not the usual Brickyard pizza I had been used to. We were both very disappointed with the service and taste. A band was starting to set up for an intimate open mic night performance when we decided to leave.
A video from an open mic night.