November 30th, 1999 Ethan Smith | Food Reviews & Stories
 

     
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Anchoring Refuel Station North is Pizza Depokos, which is not technically a cart at all, having taken up residence, along with its wood-fired oven, in the property’s converted gas station and garage. But it’s all semantics, considering Depokos’ limited space and minimalist kitchen lack only an axle. Regardless, the pizza is damn good, ranging from classic pepperoni to creative specials (like black trumpet mushrooms, lamb, spinach and fontina—eh?), as well as classic Lebanese pies like the spice-and-sesame seed mixture zatar, all between $8 and $12. And it’s the only spot on the lot that accepts plastic, saving you a few bucks in fees at the pod’s ATM.

 
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