Pizza has been on the menu at a restaurant on Island Avenue in La Grande, Oregon, for decades, but the pizzeria’s name has changed four times. Its current owners hope the latest moniker—Final Cut Pizza & Pub—will stick.

Styled after a movie theater, with film posters hanging on the wall and an arcade room packed with games like Godzilla and The Avengers: Infinity Quest, Final Cut offers a fresh, Hollywood-style take on the dine-out experience for customers. Customers can enjoy pizza while reminiscing about classic films like Grease, Independence Day and Guardians of the Galaxy.

According to the Baker City Herald, the pizzeria was formerly called Local Harvest, opened in 2016 by Harvest Rogers and her father, Bruce Rogers. Before that, locals knew it as Bear Mountain Pizza and Klondike Pizza and Restaurant.

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Jamie and Joe Cox took over Harvest Pizza in early 2022 and set about rebranding the store as Final Cut Pizza & Pub over the past year. “Right now, we’re doing business as both, but in the not-too-distant future, we’ll be fading out the Local Harvest name,” Joe Cox told the Baker City Herald.

They recently added new signage with the Final Cut logo, expanded the arcade, added a video lottery game room, and installed 360-degree TVs above the fireplace. They’ve also added a machine to make soft ice cream and root beer floats.

this photo shows a whole pizza topped with chicken, bacon, onions, a buffalo sauce and more

The Buff Chick (Final Cut Pizza and Pub / Facebook)

The menu features more than 15 specialty pizzas, including The Don (pesto, mozzarella, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, feta and a balsamic glaze); The Kraut (a housemade mustard sauce, mozz, smoked Polish sausage, sauerkraut, onions and Swiss cheese); the Buff Chick (buffalo sauce, mozz, chicken, bacon, onion, crumbled blue cheese, and a buffalo sauce drizzle); and the Blazin’ Bird (ranch sauce, mozz, jalapenos, chicken, bacon, red pepper flakes and a drizzle of buffalo sauce).

Perhaps the most singular pizza on the menu is the El Jefe, featuring spicy refried beans, mozz, ground beef, green onions, olives, tomatoes, lettuce, tortilla strips and a sour cream drizzle.

Additionally, the Coxes have begun naming and celebrating an employee of the month on Facebook. A young woman named Kristy, their choice for April 2023, is described in a Facebook post as “always positive, always planning ahead, always wants to learn new things, always makes choices in the best intentions of the business as well as the team. She is a great team leader, and even customers only have positive things to say about Kristy.”