…well, it seemed like it at the time. This monster 20″ came from Spartan Pizza in St Pete, who’s been in business since the mid-1970s. The place is run by a Greek family and features old-timey, faded decor which only adds to its ‘hole in the wall’ charm. They have spaghetti dinners, gyros, and sweet desserts in a rotating cooler up front. But the pizza is hot and good, not too greasy but just greasy enough – and lasts for days if you have a small family or are a couple. Yum, yum, yum, all around!
GIRL.I'm just a vegan girl who loves cooking (and eating and sharing the results). I believe everyone should have access to fresh, healthful food. Join me as I explore ethnic foods, local restaurants, new recipes, and food history. We'll have fun!
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