We love it when Pilots stop in to grab a pizza. There is this concept of a $100 Burger For Pilots. According to Wikipedia:
The $100 hamburger ("hundred-dollar hamburger") is aviation slang for the excuse a general aviation pilot might use to fly.
A $100 hamburger trip typically involves flying a short distance (less than two hours), eating at an airport restaurant, and flying home. "$100" originally referred to the approximate cost of renting or operating a light general aviation aircraft, such as a Cessna 172, for the time it took to fly round-trip to a nearby airport. However, increasing fuel prices have since caused an increase in hourly operating costs for most airplanes, and a Cessna 172 now costs US$95–$130 per Hobbs hour to rent, including fuel.
Well, we offer our very own $100 Pizza For Pilots! We would love to have you fly in and enjoy a pizza with us.