Always busy with hungry families. I would say this is more of a decent pizza joint with very good tap beer list. The even have ocasional casks. A bit too busy for my liking yet this is solid spot when going to airport of Buffalo. Sadly this spot is now closed.
My 150th place rating!
When I visited: April 2013.
What I had: Brooklyn Weisse and Sixpoint Spice of Life Wakatu IPA on tap, two Caesar Salads, Fresh Mozzadoro Pizza to split, a couple white wines for the GF.
What I liked: Awesome food and beer, dining room was wide open on a Sunday afternoon, decent crowd, everything arrived in reasonable time.
What I disliked: Host and waitress were efficient but unwelcoming, draught list isn’t nearly as good as Transit, drink prices are on the high side.
Would I go back? Probably, though it’d be nice to see the service improve.
Overall rating: 74
Always prefered the other location, but Main is no slouch. usually a dozen plus good micro’s on tap from around the country - have found Ballast Point Sculpin here at various times and Ruination on Cask. Food is deadly - both in the fattening category and taste category. Staff is very knowledgeble. Come during a special event (ie Buffalo Beer week) and my score jumps by 10.
2010-12. Visited on a busy Saturday afternoon last December, our party of four enjoyed lunch here and a few pints of their offerings. The selections for food, wine, and beer are all interesting and pleasant to try; Their pods are delicious. We enjoyed it overall, though had to wait a little for a table. Our server was quite friendly and as quick as could be under the circumstances. Would return but there are more interesting places in town to visit first. (4/10/9/10/10/16) 78%
Truly a wonder to find a pizza place in a mall that has a good selection of craft beer. 13 taps and a beer engine makes this a great place to bring the family and not feel bad enjoying a couple pints. Found the pizza greasy but tasty. 3.49 happy hour pints was a huge bonus!
Pizza Plant has always been a great place. Food is good, it’s one of the few places in Buffalo where you can get cask beer regularly & there are always interesting things on tap. Probably the most family friendly beer-related place in the Buffalo area.
My lovely gf and I both really like it here; both Walker and Transit locations are great. Walker (this one) is closer to the highway and we’re coming from "across the river" so we pull off the highway and there we are (Transit is slightly further away, but it is really close to a Consumer Beverages). It’s small, but we’ve have had to wait more than 10 minutes for a seat only once. We have not sat at the bar--too tempting and usually one of us has to drive home. They know their stuff. They appreciate a good beer snob. Although some of the staff need to learn about beer, most are good. Beer selection is decent, though after awhile it gets quite familiar. I love their house brew, the Infernal Pod Ale which is a big, hoppy monster. Yum. The "pods" (sort of like a panzerotti or calzone) are great; good portions, and not usually filling to the point of being uncomfortable--unless, like us, you just keep eating more from the menu. They also