Well, we've been to 900 degrees in Manchester a couple of times. When they first opened, and this past week. I thought I'd give them a few chances to redeem themselves as the first times we went, they had just opened. We went on a friday night, at 6:30pm and got right in! The place was not overly busy like I'd heard it has been. Drinks were excellent! I had a good red chianti, partner had a margarita. It's the pizza that we didn't care for. I absolutely love neopolitan style pizza ( think Al Forno in Providence) but was VERY disappointed with the bland taste of the crust and skimpy, skimpy toppings. The crust tasted like stale fat free saltine crackers, and let's just say that I think they are overcompensating on trying not to let the toppings/sauces get the crust soggy...there wasn't much topping at all. We ordered a quattro formagio and a bbq chicken pizza. There was literally "1" small piece of plain chicken on each slice. We didn't finish the pizza's and left there hungry with a $60. bill on top of it. Our waitress was great, but keep in mind business was down. We won't be returning unless it's a free business outing.