Cary >Anytime Fitness
Great workout place!. Love the ability to workout Anytime and its never crowded. Can get in and get out within 30 mins and with a full body workout. members are very nice and seems like the members there are all just trying to keep in shape. Belonged to Peak Fitness before and never went because I felt like I was being judged. I don't feel that way here. I recommend checking them out if you are looking for a workout spot. They are open 24hours which is nice for me on Sunday nights.
Best pizza around, period..
As a former resident of both NJ and NY, I have pretty high standards for something as humble as a pizza. I have been consistently happy with the quality of pizzas at "the Cozz" - it's the closest thing I've been able to find to home in over 10 years in this area. Good, quality ingredients, a thinner style crust which is properly cooked, and a good sauce combine for pizzas that I'm happy to order when I want a taste of good pizza, not the junk that passes in most pizza places around here.
They also use good ingredients - for example, real mushrooms rather than the canned variety used by a competitor just up the road. Do yourself a favor and learn what the locals have over the past couple of years - this is your place for a great pizza night. Don't forget the calzones - they're pretty good too.
My only wish is that they would expand the menu a little bit - but overall, I'm extremely happy with every order.
Terrible Pizza With Worse Service!. Let me start off with me saying I don't write reviews and I give a big benefit of the doubt to restaurants, because the have to deal with crazy customers but I couldn't let this go. Don't waste your time here, lets start at the beggining though. I've ordered pizza from here before in which i wasn't greatly impressed but I decided to give them another shot. Anyway I ordered a pizza one night for a delivery, I was told it would take 30-45 minutes in which it arrived on time. On arrival the driver had an attitude for whatever reason, giving him the benefit of the doubt of having a bad night I left him with a good tip and a smile. He then peeled out of my driveway and sped off down the street; aggravated but I left it at that. After coming inside I opened my pizza box to a burn't pizza with lack there of toppings on my so called "Everything" pizza. I then called the store asking for a manager in which I was put on hold for atleast 3 minutes while someone went and found him. Once I told him the problem he then told me that "he saw the pizza and sent it personally telling me that it wasn't burn't." After explaining to him how it looked (which was almost completely black on the bottom with burn't crust around the edges) he then started to argue the fact that it was not. When I asked him if he could send me another pizza he refused and then proceeded to tell me that if I don't like the way the pizza was that I should go somewhere else. So I left it at that and will listen to the only good thing I got out of that store. SO DON'T WORRY, I WON'T EVER BE BACK! DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY HERE CONSIDERING THEY DON'T WANT THE BUSINESS!
Good, Solid, Northern East Coast Style Pizza.
I say "Northern Style" because my extended family hails from NJ, and this pizza is comparable to what you would pick up there on a regular basis. I refuse to weigh in on whether or not it is truly "NY Style", for 2 very simple reasons:
1. If the crust wasn't made with tap water straight from Brooklyn, and hand-stretched by someone who speaks angry Sicilian, using an ancient family recipe from the founding of Rome( or at least one that was around in the 50's, passed down on parchment, for at least 3 generations,and guarded by Roman soldiers who also happened to be expert bakers), then most native New Yorkers will declare it garbage, without even smelling it.
2. I am a native Southerner. I have tasted the abomination that is "Papa John's" and am disqualified from commenting on all things Italian, but especially food.
I will now proceed with my review:
I ordered my pizza on a Friday night around 5:00. The guy who answered the phone said would probably take 45 minutes for my pizza to be delivered. Not finding a menu online, I ordered a large pepperoni and italian sausage pizza.
My order showed up roughly 35 minutes later, and was hot. The delivery guy had a pen on him, thus saving the agonizing search through my house for a suitable writing instrument.
The following was my impression upon opening the box:
The topping distribution was very even, and I was not dissatisfied with the amount on the pizza. Big plus there. Upon tasting the pizza, I found 2 things to be different from most "Northern Style" pizza that I have had:
1. This pizza had more sauce than I am used to in this style of pizza. It was good, but not to my personal tastes( I prefer a little more heat, via spice , than most.)
2. The crust was a little thicker and crispier. It was very good, but this may be off-putting to those who like there pizza to be slightly thicker than a tortilla.
Overall, very good, especially if you're not from Brooklyn.
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