Pizza's are good here but the prices does not justify it.
Service lacked with high school like kids taking the orders and serving.
Service is the reason why I will not return.
I visited Caruso today for lunch while I was in town on business. For $7.80 I got a re-heated day old slice of pizza that was Luke warm at best. "Table service" was unorganized. You walk in, place your order at the counter then are given a number and told to go find a table. One waitress brought my slice to my table while another got me some utensils and a third brought me a glass of water.
The pizza is amazing!! I get the gourmet slices, but my wife loves their basic pepperoni slice because the crust is fantastic. I usually prefer thin crust, but this crust is the exception.
It's also a cafe, with my favorite coffee in town and a small selection of really good cupcakes and cheesecakes from the Cheesecake Factory.
Be warned -- the gourmet slices are expensive. But they're so big... more