A great pizza place with wood stove. Pizza is great, GF option! The caprese salad with the basil puree is fantastic!!!! They have homemade icecream and the brewery has great local beer! A place I will return and recommend.
2 stars purely because the pizza and salad were delicious. We came in and there were at least 5-6 employees and absolutely no one in line. We stood near the register and the venue is open so it was plain for all employees to see we were there. One employee walked past us, glanced our way and kept walking and didn't acknowledge us. Finally when someone did assist they didn't apologize for the wait or even say anything to lead us to think that they cared about our business. Regardless of this utterly poor first impression we were hungry and had beers so we ordered our food. They give a pager so that when your order is up you can bring it back & collect your food. After what seemed like at least a 20 minute wait for one 10 inch pizza and a side salad the pager finally buzzed. Again, no acknowledgement when I came to get the order. I asked them "is this the Greene street pizza?" And they mumbled an affirmation. I didn't see the salad so I took the pizza to our table then came back to wait for the salad. After standing there for a while I was asked if I could be helped and when I said I was waiting for the salad the employees looked at each other then started making the salad. They had clearly forgotten. By that time I was throughly out of patience. The employee murmured an apology when it was done and then I had to I quite about plates to get them, they weren't freely offered. Worst customer service I've had in a long time, but I have to say we did enjoy the food. I can't recommend it though since it was a hassle.
A group of us stumbled upon this absolute gem of a pizza place while walking around the campus drinking beer and hanging out. I ordered a caprese sandwich and a medium cheese pizza. And holy moly were they both so freaking good! I couldn't control myself and didn't have any leftovers for the next day as I initially planned. My colleagues also got their own pizzas and completely destroyed theirs as well. Wonderful experience with plenty of outdoor seating to enjoy people watching and your food. Huge menu. I recommended this place to everyone I ran into while in town. If you love pizza you have to try this place. 5/5
A must have if we're within an hour, best pizza in Alabama and the beer at Yellowhammer compliments it well. Our absolutely not spoiled pup is a huge fan of the sweet potato and goat cheese pizza!
A group of us went out for beer and pizza. We chose this place because it's co-located with Yellowhammer Brewing. I'm glad we went fairly early cause when we left, it was getting very crowded. You wait in line to order and are given a buzzer for when your food is ready. Not a problem. Menu - great! We ordered two salads and pizzas. The Caprese salad was huge and was more than mozz and tomatos. Can't remember the name of the other, but it was great with a kick of habanero. What I like about the pizzas was that the crust was thin. We had the Tommy G and the Lantham. Tommy G a good one, but my favorite was The Lantham. It was a white pizza with very thin slices of sweet potato. SO GOOD! Just wished there had of been more of everything. When in Huntsville, I will be going back.
A really nice amount of vegetables with almost any pizza. Woodfire is done very well. Could use a little bit more sauce.
9.5 out of 10. Their ovens make sweet magic. The pizza is thin crust with a mild char, and they bake them with brick ovens which builds a layer of flavor that fast food pizza can't match. A perfect match for yellow hammer beer. 12 to 14 bucks for a small, 18-21 for a large specialty and 9+ for a DIY.
A cool little joint located inside the Yellowhammer Brewing company facility. They serve a variety of new-wave style pizzas and other Italian-inspired dishes. Compared to pizza I grew with on the east coast, it's not the same. But it's not bad for the local area. I can appreciate that they use actual wood-fires stoves, not sure if they get them.up to the 1000 degrees most burn at but it's gives a crispy crust. The dough is more like a cracker than a real pizza crust. Anyway, they have a variety of choices. I'm also not into these artisanal pizzas with the weird toppings like pineapple and chicken, but if you're into more traditional toppings they have pies like that as well. It's a bit pricey as well. But all in all it's not bad and I like the atmosphere and I truely enjoy supporting local businesses. The only suggestion I have is to make calzone a regular menu item, please don't stop selling them at 3pm!
A little odd they don’t have any waitresses?
But the pizza was great! Nice an crispy!
An the cheesy bread was pretty darn good!!
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