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December 6th, 2006 12:00 am Zach Dundas | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006


North Mississippi Avenue was mostly boarded up when this congenial, homespun 'za shop opened about five years back. Now, it's a venerable anchor of the little cluster of cafes and shops lining this pocket-sized main street. With knock-about furniture, a live-music lineup that's eclectic to the point of being scattershot, and laid-back post-hippie ways, the pizza pub comes pretty close to defining the neighborhood vibe. Nothing daring here, just generous slabs of pizza (with six or so different pies usually available by the slice, $2.50-$3.50), big salads ($6.50-$7), pitchers of microbrew ($8-$10.50), and cocktails served from a tiny, hidden lounge. It's comfort to the core, and the people approve.

  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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