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Posted by Max on 08/17/2012
Pizza - Excellent, wide variety, 22 styles The Latin Turkey Club - has a lot of potential, however the turkey lunch-meat looks and tastes like it was sitting in a tub of water. It has a glazed appearance and the slices are too thick. (Note to the Chef/ Owner: this sandwich would be outstanding if real turkey slices were used, however, if not practical and you continue to use lunch-meat style turkey, please go with a higher quality brand such as Dietz & W or for that matter, any brand other then what you're currently using. Also, the slices should be thinner.) Aside from the turkey, the toasted bread, avocado, bacon and tomato are very good. Mix Burger - Very good, I asked for it well done and it was without being over-cooked, toppings include caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, hand-cut bacon, cheddar cheese, lettuce tomato and onion. Also comes with french fries. Fries are excellent, crispy and well seasoned. Four Cheese Penne Pasta - Excellent, large serving, contains marinara, basil, mozzarella, ricotta, romano and parmesan cheese Chorizo Sandwich - a disappointment, it contains very little meat; it's not a link, but rather small slices of the sausage filled in with a lot of lettuce and tomato slices. (Note to the Chef/ Owner: This would be very good if more sausage is added and is served as a link or using larger slices.) Turkey Hoagie - so so, nothing special. Meatball Parmesan - covered with plenty of cheese, however the meatballs are just ok. Atmosphere: modern and cool, very inviting, granite style counters and tables, nice lighting, outdoor seating, waitress service, not your typical pizza place. Prices: Competitive for the area
Posted by CR on 07/18/2011
I've stopped by here a couple times late at night for a slice or two on my way home. I gave it a couple of chances, I'm not coming back. There general operation seems to have five people standing around chatting looking bored, while one person (barely) works the register - stopping intermittently to fill waitress drink orders or answer the phone. Each time I've been, it was a couple minutes to heat up some slices and then five minutes waiting to be rung up when I was the only person in line. Decent variety of above average pizza, even if a little overpriced, but not worth the annoyance.
Posted by Blake on 09/01/2010
Forget the slices; I mean they're good, but the way to go at Mix is a whole (specialty) pie. They're all great and the garlic baked right into the crust is outstanding. Mix pizza is right up there with Tacconelli's & Celebre's.
Posted by Robert on 04/08/2010
Besides the food not tasting very good, the staff was unattentive and the place looked a little unclean. They need to spend more time cleaning the place instead of talking to each other. I've had much better pizzza.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2009
The food here is fresh and tasty, but the setting is what elevates it over your regular pizza place. Nice lighting, granite surfaces - I'd rather eat a slice here than other places in town. The sandwiches are really good.
Posted by SNZA on 09/20/2009
A large pie from Mix is HEAVY. Not only is it an 18-incher, it's loaded with cheese. The problem is, the crust isn't sturdy enough to support all that mozzarella, making it hard to fold and hold a slice. In fact, the weakness of the bread leads to a soggy pizza and an overall underwhelming experience. Mix would do well to crunchify its crust and take it a little easier on the cheese. (Actually, if you took the best elements of Mix's and SLiCE's pies, you'd have one heck of a pizza.) Anyway, delivery is pretty fast, and the price ($18 including a 20% tip) for a jumbo plain seems to be around the going rate.
Posted by Jim on 08/12/2009
I had my first slice of Hawaiian there. It was great. The crust has garlic mixed in with it. It is good. Good service.