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Rise and shine at Pizza Place

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Fetched out of the fridge, breakfast pizza is usually cold and a day old. But there's actually an alternative: Hot breakfast pizzas topped with eggs, bacon and peppers, fresh out of stone brick ovens, served after 9 a.m., at the Pizza Place drive-through

Located in a shopping-plaza parking lot, the Pizza Place is smaller than some fast-food restaurants' kitchens. But they prepare eight kinds of 7-inch personal pizzas, priced around $3 each. Choose from asiago cheese, veggie and Tex-Mex (beef, onions and jalapeños) versions. It's all cooked to order, and the pies are guaranteed in three minutes or less. Deliveries are planned soon for the surrounding area.


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