Despite the name of this slice joint, Post Alley Pizza is not located in the market - so don’t go looking for it along the wall of other people’s regurgitated gum. This spot works really well if you’re downtown and in need of a quick lunch slice you can trust. What’s even more exciting is that this place offers granulated garlic to shake on your slice - a necessity that we haven’t been able to find at any other pizza place in town.
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