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February 16th, 2006 12:00 am BECKY OHLSEN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005


The reincarnation of the madly popular Scholls Public House only fits the "cheap" mold if you share. But good luck trying not to. Even if you could finish one of the vast, scrumptious, crispy-thin-crust pies ($17 and up) single-handedly, you'd have to fight off everyone around you first. Toppings are basic and governed by weird, Soup Nazi-ish rules (you can't add extras to existing combo pizzas), but they're top-quality and fresher than a slap on the ass. White napkins and wineglasses give the small interior a classy feel, while the large patio will be prime hangout territory come summer. Apps ($3-$10) and salads ($6-$8) are also recommended. (BO)

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