pizza parlor

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: parlor - a shop where pizzas are made and soldpizza parlor - a shop where pizzas are made and sold
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
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They included Bennie's Italian Restaurant, the Pizza Palace, Joe's Pizza Parlor and Stogie's Pizza.
(Spavi) is preparing to evolve into a multibrand restaurant operator by amending its charter to allow the acquisition of other dining outlets beyond flagship pizza parlor Shakey's.
SHAKEY'S Pizza Asia Ventures Inc., owner of the iconic American pizza parlor brand in the region, said its income grew slightly during the first half of the year as higher costs limited its profits.
Beyond the local pizza parlor, the top five spots to get a pie are Pizza Hut, Papa John's, Domino's, Little Caesars, and Papa Murphy's.
However, the pizza parlor remained open Wednesday night, with customers being served despite the damage to the building.
Steven Rose, a Christian owner of a pizza parlor in Arkansas, recently received a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) stating that the 10 percent discount he offers to customers who bring in a church bulletin is unlawful, the New York Daily News reports.
Says Dan Nattress, one of the lab's food technologists, "it tastes pretty much [like] what you would get from a pizza parlor."
The pizza parlor, next to Hardwick Common, is owned and operated by William D.
Before you panic, read on for tips on how to protect your privacy and learn what the federal government is doing to ensure that your information isn't distributed to every spammer, mortgage loan consolidator, credit card company, and pizza parlor within a 20-mile radius of your home.
This leads to her visiting Wild Com, a team of psychics whose cover is a pizza parlor. When disaster strikes, the members of Wild Com doff their little black bowties and vests and use their powers to aid humanity.
Pickover illustrates the usefulness of mathematics by setting the book's story in a pizza parlor and considering problems that Luigi, the owner, might face on any given day.