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Colony Grill: The Transformation from 99 to New Pizza Place

Have you been to the Colony Grill yet? Here's a peek at what it looks like inside.

Walk inside and you will not recognize what used to be 99 Restaurant.

The owners have opened up the space giving the illusion that it's bigger than it was before.

The restaurant, which opened on March 23, serves pizza, salad and ice cream and has a full bar with a German computerized beer draft system.

Have you eaten at the Colony Grill yet? How was it? Tell us in the comments.

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Dan R April 01, 2012 at 11:20 AM
We went Friday night - wasn't noisy at all. We had a favorable experience- the pizza was very good, the beers were discounted for Happy Hour, the salad was large enough to split, and the service was good.
Big John April 01, 2012 at 09:16 PM
We went in looking for a burger and were still looking for one after we were done... Pizza was great and salad and salad dressing were great as well but we were disappointed there wasn't something more on the menu... Its a bit pricey compared to other pizza in the valley for the size but tasty.
Harry Black April 02, 2012 at 02:10 AM
On Sunday night my wife and I excitedly tried a pizza, salad,w ine and a soda. We agree the Pizza was the worst we ever had, even in Italy. Small, overpriced, and tasteless. What a shock. Salad was OK but no chardonnay except for one for $9, n huse wine and a pitcher of beer @$16.00. The place was decorated with class but their "menu" leave MUCH to be desired. We were looking forward to a new great place and the service was great but that was it.
Sarah Calatayud April 02, 2012 at 02:38 PM
Pizza is excellent. Atmosphere is terrific. Many, many, many HD televisions, which should really make it a great sports bar kind of location. BUT, too expensive. They ONLY serve 12-inch pizzas. Our family of four (and our 7 and 10 year old boys are not big eaters) polished off every speck of two pizzas (and we did try the hot oil version and loved it!), one meager $6.99 garden salad, and three "endless refill" sodas and, before tip, the total was $42. I don't know how they're going to make it here unless they pull in a huge bar business.
Deborah April 22, 2012 at 11:39 PM
We went to the Colony Grill this Sat. the 21st with another couple because we had bought a half off coupon from Savectnow.com. ($40 worth of food and drink for $20) We figured it was a good time to try the place.They were celebrating St. Patricks day..?? ( sorry you missed it...should have opened sooner) We ordered two 2 topping pizzas and 3 beers each during our meal. Service was quick but our waitress didn't know about any specials...we had to point them out to her on the flyer....The pizza is super thin (and only 12 inches) but pretty good. Really one person can eat one by themself. (My husband & I split a mushroom and Hot Oil and our friends got a sausage & peppers. This gives each person 3 pretty small, thin slices and 3 beers each. The bill was over $80!!! (without tip) Crazy! Pizza & beer!!?? Thank God we had our half off voucher! This place is really expensive for what you get. It's also interestiing that at their 2 other locations pizzas start at $8.50 but they come here to Avon and now they start at $10.... That night a radio station was there with give aways.... thank goodness we at least got a couple of Coor t-shirts and baseball caps to make up for the meager meal. We joked we should go to Subway because we were all still hungry...I really think they are not going to make it here...very expensive . And what's with the Irish theme ?? The shamrock in their sign?? They ONLY sell pizza, beer, liquor, soda, salad & ice cream..I don't know, we were disappointed.

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