Live Basil Pizza offers a Neapolitan-style Margherita pizza.
If there was one restaurant niche that stood out in 2013, it was fast-casual pizza, a space that has attracted a significant number of serious, deep-pocketed players — and it's expected to continue to expand into 2014. In its first “Fast Casual Pizza Cluster Report,” research firm Technomic Inc. said fast-casual pizza has become defined by concepts that offer both signature and build-your-own individual artisan or Neapolitan-style pizzas, cooked in high-speed ovens ...
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