Nice atmosphere, fair food.
Peace a Pizza had a nice atmosphere. It's definitely a family place with a lot of color and art.
The food is good, but not very memorable. I ordered a stromboli that was tasty and filled me up, but I doubt I'd ever be inclined to get it again. It seemed to take a while to get my food, but those that got pizza did not seem to have to wait too long.
One thing that's great about Peace a Pizza is that they are pretty involved in their community. A friend of mine took people there because they were helping her with a fundraiser to help victims of sex trafficking. I'm not sure the specifics, but it was set up that she got some portion of the proceeds to her charity. So while the quality of food itself was not spectacular, if you want to go somewhere that will make you feel at home check it out.
Not good pizza.
We ordered pizza here for delivery at work. Well, there was no delivery since they were backed up. So, we decided to pick up the pizzas. We ordered 3 large pizzas and they told us 35 mins which then turned into 1 hour+. We got the pizzas and we noticed that the cheese was pretty scarce on all the pies with large pockets of crust & dough bulging through. I expected a lot more for a $15-17 pizza. I wouldn't get any pizza here again. The pizza isn't even tasty for the money.