We were greeted by a Young man who was very knowledgeable about everything I asked. As a food blogger, I usually ask a lot of questions. But he was patient and very polite. He was very engaging with our daughter as she chose her pizza topping options.
I decided on a Wheat Crust. He removed the dough from the sealed container and placed it in a machine that basically formed the pizza dough shape. I loved being able to see my pizza built right in front. All the ingredients was a great visual to see as you choose toppings.
There was a limited amount of Desserts available. The dessert options were a Cherry Pie pictured to the left. I didn’t try it, but a staff member was warming the pie for someone else. I asked for a picture. It looked really good.
My daughter tried the chocolate cake pop. But it wasn’t good. The cake pop was crumbling and falling all over. That’s the only disappointed during our visit. But I know it’s a starting point for them. I asked about the Desserts. They are not made in house. But there are plans to eventually have a dessert pizza once Pizza Artista is well established. I would suggest a apple pie or cinnamon strudel or cinnamon roll. Simple desserts, but delicious.
There is a hand washing station on the floor for you to wash your hands while you wait on your pizza. The hand washing machine is pretty cool.
The kids station consisted of a brown sheet with different types of activities for the children to complete. There are also colors near the station for the kids. I love this idea.
Overall we were thoroughly impressed with Pizza Artista. I have been back since we first went and I was equally impressed the second time. The staff even recognized me. So that let’s me know that they value their customers and we are not just a dollar to them.
I would recommend possibly having a bigger pizza option for the families that are larger and want to share a pizza.