It was a big enough effort just getting all your friends together for this show to begin with. But now, since you took charge with the tickets, everyone’s looking to you for the dinner plan as well. Amalfi Pizza is an easy and great answer. This spot has a big menu of salads, brick-oven pizzas, pastas, and calzones, and it’s a large enough space that you’ll be able to enjoy some personal space before getting crammed into the general admission pit at the show.
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