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The people here were friendly, had a positive attitude and had great smiles. They took my order via gestures and writing things down. Yet, when my pizza was ready, they called my name out. Obviously, I didn't hear it. They didn't give any kind of visual signal or didn't make the effort to walk to my table to deliver it. Luckily, after what appeared to be several minutes of the pizza sitting and getting cold, a friendly customer came to my table and asked if I was "name". She had alerted me that my pizza was ready and at the pick up station. It would have been nice if the line up of clerks had been forewarned to hand deliver my pizza to me since yelling out my name would not be effective. Sometimes little things like this make all the difference. 

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