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It’s no wonder that coupon-cutters, college students and anyone looking for a cheap delivery option turns to pizza. Consisting of just dough, sauce, cheese and maybe a sprinkling of pepperoni, pizza has been an economy food for centuries. Whether you want to cash in a coupon for free delivery or just grab a slice, here are some of the most popular styles.

  • California Style – California Stye pizza has a light, crispy crust and includes offbeat menu offerings like shrimp, asparagus, raw garlic and artichokes. This tradition often eschews meat in favor of all-vegetable pizzas, and may emphasize nutrition.
  • Chicago Style – Chicago Style pizza uses a deep-dish recipe. The dough isn’t so much thick as biscuit-like with a crust that is raised in order to hold extra chunky sauce and more toppings, making it a heartier and higher calorie meal.
  • New York Style – This style of pizza has a thin, chewy crust and decadent, high-fat, fresh mozzarella cheese. Restaurants advertising the New York style generally sell it by the slice—and huge slices at that.
  • Pan Style – When pizza is cooked in a pan, oil crisps the bottom layer of the dough for an enjoyable crunch. The pan style is a popular menu item among pizza franchises and restaurants in the Southeast.
  • Pizza Margherita – Pizza Margherita consists of tomato, mozzarella cheese, olive oil and fresh basil. It is named after Queen Margherita di Savoia, a 19th Century queen of Italy. If you notice, you’ll see that it bears the colors of the Italian flag.
  • Sicilian Pizza – Sicilian pizza is popular among Italian communities residing in New Jersey, New York and other Northern states. It is square with thick dough, extra sauce and extra cheese. Those sticking to the traditional recipe will use an Italian cheese called Caciocavallo, bread crumbs, anchovies and onions.
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    Pizza Italia
    3023 Thousand Oaks Dr, San Antonio, TX 78247
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    (210) 494-8646
    User Review: "Terri the manager is a total a-hole very rude and doesn't care about customers...Pizza extremely late and not even an..." - DEE (TX)
    Napa Flats Wood-Fired Kitchen
    8300 N Fm 620, Bldg M, Ste 100, Austin, TX 78726
    Napa Flats uses an all-wood burning oven to prepare pizza, steaks, chicken, fish, appetizers and some desserts. They prepare homemade pasta and gelato. Craft beers and a wine bar are also available.
    (512) 640-8384
    Gino's East
    8224 Fredricksburg Rd, San Antonio, TX 78229
    The Gino’s East story began in 1966 when two taxi drivers and a friend, frustrated with rush hour traffic, decided to open a pizzeria just off Michigan Ave. and Superior St. in Chicago.
    (210) 970-7437
    Little Caesars Pizza
    1711 S Colorado St Ste B, Lockhart, TX 78644
    (512) 398-4400
    Pizza Hut
    610 S Colorado St, Lockhart, TX 78644
    (512) 398-3451
    Lucky Duck The
    1108 State Park Rd, Lockhart, TX 78644
    (512) 398-9991
    Domino's Pizza
    1304 S Colorado St, Lockhart, TX 78644
    (512) 398-9090
    Pizza Hut
    700 E Pierce St, Luling, TX 78648
    (830) 875-2451
    Little Cesears
    1023 Highway 80, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 754-5700
    110 N Lbj Dr, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 396-8888
    Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen
    3939 S Interstate 35 Ste Fc8, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 392-2279
    Papa John's Pizza
    216 E Hopkins St, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 392-4422
    Pizza Hut
    403 N Guadalupe St Ste A, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 392-5900
    Pizza Hut
    720 E Hopkins St, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 396-3696
    Craig O's Pizza & Pastaria
    690 Center Point Rd, San Marcos, TX 78666
    (512) 558-2220

    Restaurants that sell pizza often have a variety of recipes to choose from. They might have doughs that include garlic, cheese, and other flavorings. They might also offer a wide range of toppings, such as pepperoni and vegetables. Most areas have several restaurants that offer pizza delivery and carryout. You can often explore their menus by searching the internet for their websites. Once you have the menu, you should have the basic information that you need to choose the type of crust, toppings, and sauces that you want. You might notice that your area has several independent pizzerias as well as franchises. Although these restaurants might offer similar options as far as meat and vegetable toppings are concerned, they might have their own unique flavors that set them apart from competitors. Reading online reviews could help you determine which restaurants offer the bread stick and pizza delivery that you want to order. Consumer forums, for instance, might have posts from people in your area. Reading those posts might help you determine which option has the best crust recipe, sauces, and toppings for your preferred pizza style. While searching the Internet for information about the restaurants dough, topping, and delivery options, you should also consider looking for coupons that can help you save money on your order. Coupons might also provide information about the restaurant’s specials. Health conscious individuals might even use the Internet to find nutritional information that helps them choose a low-calorie option that will satisfy their hunger without sacrificing taste.
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