I went twice this past week. I had high hopes for it, with its shiny new store and menu listing high quality ingredients and lots of topping selections. Unfortunately, it was a let down. Both times, the pizza crusts had an "oily cardboard" taste/texture. (I tried wheat once and then regular.) Plus, the ordering process is chaotic. It's not "make your own" any more than any other pizza place is "make your own." The only difference is that you order from the person who will be making your order, and he or she doesn't write it down or ring it up so it's prone to error. Then you make your way down to the end of the counter to pay, and the cashier also seems a bit uncertain about the order. I would forgive them these service issues (or try to bypass the issues altogether by ordering by phone and then picking up) if only the pizza were delicious. I guess I'll continue to mourn the loss of American Flatbread and keep making my own pizza.