Well, A friend treated me to a pie at Shotgun Sam's. I was not disappointed, but I was not blown away either. It's a pretty big space filled with heavy rustic wood benches, and a small area of regular tables. Not much of a decor, the walls were mostly barren and painted with a dark brown paint. They give you a boot shaped menu when you enter. You seat yourself, then when ready to order, you go up the the cash register. You pay for the pie at that time also. The customer is given an over sized playing card to display at your table so the waitress knows where the pies are to go.
We ordered a sausage/pep combo. I think it was between 10 and 15 minutes when the pie came out. It had a very thin crust. Not quite cracker like, but almost. The thickness was between and 1/16 of an inch to 1/8 of an inch. It was easy to bite through and had a very slight chew. The rim was crispy, yet light and chewy. It also had bubbles and voids in the rim. As you can tell they use screens, and the crust has a very pale color. Could not see if they had a deck oven or a conveyor. Flavor was very good, and the cheese had a rich and nutty taste. They do not use fennel in the sausage. The pep was pretty good, and not too greasy. As you see in the side shot, they must use a lot of cheese since the crust is so thin. The sauce was pretty much in the background. I would classify this as an American style pie. I think the pie and 2 drinks was a little over $20. Not the best pie I have ever tried, but I really like the thin and crispy crust. I'll give a thumbs up! It would be a great place to take the team after a game, that's what the original place was known for. My friend took some pics while were there, so I may have some more to post. The second pic is how I reheat my pizza. It works great and always produces a crisp crust. I just set it to 175 degrees and 10 minutes later perfect leftovers. It's the only thing I cook eggs and pancakes with.