None of our five (five!) participating reviewers had ever been to Michael's before The Tour, so we had no idea what to expect after pulling it from the hat. You'll find that we were pleasantly surprised with both the establishment and the pizza that Michael's had to offer.
Establishment. The restaurant was spacious enough to accommodate our relatively large party however, it was quite a difficult task to make our way into the restaurant as parking was nothing short of abysmal. All other aspects of this establishment were easily above average, from the warm table service to the atmosphere as a whole.
Pizza. Michael's product is very good. The crust was crispy and flavorful, the cheese was above average and the pie remained piping hot throughout the meal. The sauce was overly abundant and left something to be desired in the flavor department as well. Texture suffered accordingly and the toppings (sausage) were sub-par at best but overall, the basic elements of good pizza were executed very well.
The bottom line. Michael's was a pleasant surprise all around but the parking situation might not win over anyone without a moped.
Hits the Spot: 9/10
Large Cheese: $11.50