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    Pizza in Avon Lake

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    Business Listing   Angelo's Pizza - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 930-8858

    Business Listing   Domino's Pizza - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 933-3099

    Business Listing   Donato's Pizza - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 933-5447

    Business Listing   Geppetto's Pizza & Ribs - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 933-7000

    Business Listing   Pizza Cutter - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 933-5570

    Business Listing   Pizza Hut - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 930-8600

    Business Listing   Stella's Pizza & Italian Restaurant - Avon Lake, OH - Phone: (440) 933-3801

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    Helpful Definition for: Pizza

    Pizza is a favorite dish with the youngsters nowadays. Pizza is basically bread which is created by baking in oven and is mainly disc-shaped. The pizza toppings consist of different things like tomatoes, onions, olives, cheese, chicken shreds, etc. The pizza base or crust, varies according to the requirement and the style; it may be thin based or thick based.

    Pizza is available in all commercial malls and food courts in Avon Lake. There are two types of pizza which are categorized on the basis of the country they have originated from. This includes American pizza and Italian pizza. There are other variations of pizzas, based on the ingredients used in them. Vegetarian pizzas are also found alongside non-vegetarian in Avon Lake.

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