Review by Salem Man 6/8/07
Success again in finding a good slice of pizza . This was my first visit to the pizza parlor on Commercial Street South and I was happy to see a clean, cozy atmosphere. The first thing I noticed when walking in was the open kitchen which had several chefs working hard, baking pizza's. In the dining room, a warm fireplace burned, a nice touch especially for a cool summer night.
The pizza was a bit expensive, $22.50 for a large two topping pizza but it was very good. Sauce was spread over the entire crust and the cheese and toppings were applied generously. I did notice they did not have Parmesan cheese shakers but it was not missed. The manager was up front and very attentive to customers and the staff was friendly and helpful. There are many good pizza places in Salem and this is definitely one of them.
5255 Commercial Street