This is one of the most underrated pizza-by-the-slice places in the whole city. Venice locals know of Abbot’s Pizza, but how this place doesn’t get more attention from non-Venice-people is beyond us. If the Popeye’s Chicken Pizza is hot and ready when you walk in, grab as many pieces as you can and run. Also a thing here: salad pizza. In case you forgot you were in Venice.
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