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March 7th, 2011 KELLY CLARKE | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Gladstone Street Pizza

Serving big, cheesy, garlicky pies without an ounce of pretension, this bare-bones pizza chamber only proofs enough dough for 30 pizzas a night. They don’t always run out, but it’s not worth arriving late and missing out on the chance of wrapping your lips around a chewy-crusted slice topped with peppery arugula, sweet onions and sausage or groaning with Canadian bacon and pepperoni ($19-$28 a pie). No meal is complete without a local microbrew from the short list above the oven (Amnesia, Hopworks, etc. for $4 a pint) and a Caesar salad ($7.95), its drippy leaves groaning with Parmesan, so generous it will feed four and leave you with garlic breath for hours.

 
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