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    We went last night. Space was cool looking. Food was great. We had the Formaggio app, a Caesar salad, and 2 pizzas, 1 with the marinara sauce and one with pesto. Pizzas may be my new favorite in the metro. Service was great, with the exception of a wait on the pizzas to arrive. Could tell the waitress was getting nervous about the time it was taking, but we were in no rush, and knew they've only been open a week.

    Only complaint was the noise level. We were seated at the far end of a long community hightop in the middle of the main room, with tables on each side. We were up against a brick wall and the the 3 speakers on the opposite wall seemed to all be pointed at our seats. There were times when the music was super loud and we had to yell to hear each other, and then a few minutes later it was almost off. The noise from other tables also just seemed to resonate in the room. I noticed many patrons cupping their ears to try to hear each other. Its a gorgeous space with bare brick walls and tin ceiling, but boy was it loud. When we go back we may request to sit in the front area by the bar as it didn't seem as loud.

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    We visited Pryor's yesterday (Father's Day) and our family loved it! The stars for us were the "charred" Chicken Wing appetizers ($8) and the "Pryor's Pie" ($12, IIRC) pizza. Both five-star for us. We also tried the "Italian Stallion," ($14) with Italian beef and peppers like you'd find on a sandwich (I admit I was thinking ground beef when I ordered it), as well as the "Not Your Father's Sausage Pizza," ($16) which was also very good. I'd go back for the Pryor's Pie and wings alone. We will be back and we look forward to it!!

    Visitors should be aware that all Pryor's pies are 10". That's probably a bit large for a "personal" pizza, but too small for two. Our three pies served five people happily with exactly zero leftovers. Very much recommended!!! Helped make for a really nice Father's Day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerDave View Post
    We visited Pryor's yesterday (Father's Day) and our family loved it! The stars for us were the "charred" Chicken Wing appetizers ($8) and the "Pryor's Pie" ($12, IIRC) pizza. Both five-star for us. We also tried the "Italian Stallion," ($14) with Italian beef and peppers like you'd find on a sandwich (I admit I was thinking ground beef when I ordered it), as well as the "Not Your Father's Sausage Pizza," ($16) which was also very good. I'd go back for the Pryor's Pie and wings alone. We will be back and we look forward to it!!

    Visitors should be aware that all Pryor's pies are 10". That's probably a bit large for a "personal" pizza, but too small for two. Our three pies served five people happily with exactly zero leftovers. Very much recommended!!! Helped make for a really nice Father's Day!
    Were all 5 adults? Or what was the appetite demographics of your group? Thanks.

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