This is a new branch of the growing VA-based chain, open about 2 weeks. I think it is a franchise store, the managers/owners(?) were a Korean couple who were working the room. The staff was very friendly, and Vinny was actually there working with the staff.
I give a mixed rating to the pizza. The topping were top shelf, Grande cheese, fresh mushrooms, and very tasty sausage. The sauce was a mild tomato sauce made with 6-1 tomatoes. However, I follow Peter Reinhart's axiom that pizza is 80% crust and the Vinny's crust was only ok. The pizzas are made in a deck oven and while the crust was brown on the bottom, it wasn't really charred. While they don't bake in a pan, the pie had a slight pan pizza flavor, I wonder if they put some extra oil on the crust. There also wasn't much cornicone in the crust which was a little bland.
I didn't try other items on the menu except for the Vinny's Red Ale which was pretty good. All in all, I'd say this Vinny's deserves credit for a friendly atmosphere and staff that is really trying hard, but the pizza could be better. Extra points for their willingness to sell me a #10 can of 6 in 1 Ground Tomatoes for $8.