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Post Alley Pizza

Despite the name, Post Alley Pizza is not located in the market, so don’t go looking for it along the wall of other people’s gently-used chewing gum. This spot works really well if you’re in need of a quick lunch slice you can trust, with crust that's equal parts charred and chewy and dips for your pizza like homemade ranch and calabrian chili buffalo sauce. 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 slice shop in town.

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