My family had dinner here after a long day at a nearby amusement park. Pizza Studio is another variation of the "Subway-style" assembly line pizza. The dough is heavy oiled, pressed by machine and placed onto perforated baking screens where it is docked ensuring that there is no viable life left in the dough. The pizzas are then baked in two minutes in a Turbo Chef conveyor oven at 575F. The toppings were pretty good. We ordered two identical pizzas; one with the plain crust and the other was their rosemary crust. Unfortunately the rosemary overpowered pretty much everything. Overall it was pretty good for what it was, but I think I'm completely over the McPizza assembly line thing. The "studio' part of the operation refers to art works created by local artists for sale.