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  • Double Dave's Pizzaworks
    DoubleDave's Pizzaworks serves up an assortment of hearty, hand-tossed pizzas, Peproni rolls, stromboli, and more. Choose a pie from DoubleDave's selection of specialty pizzas ($19.99 for an 18", $15.99 for a 15", and $12.99 for a 12”)—the buffalo-chicken pizza outfits its surface area in mozzarella, chicken strips, wing sauce, and ranch dressing, while the duplicitous Dave's Fave offers carnivore-coaxing meatball and sausage or veggie-baiting tomato, garlic, and spinach variations on its olive oil, garlic, and oregano sauce base. Do-it-yourselfers are welcome to design their own pies ($10.99 for a 15", plus $1.59 per topping), choosing size, toppings, and the type of crust, and diners wishing to cram their cuisine into claustrophobic confines can opt for a half-dozen Peproni rolls ($7.99), with pepperoni and cheese wrapped into dough. Or escape the boot-shaped grip of the Mediterranean with a Philly cheesesteak stromboli ($10.99 for large, $5.99 for small).
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    1650 S Mason Rd
    Katy, TX US
  • Palio's Pizza Cafe
    Pick up a pepperoni pie or try a less traditional topping at Palio's Pizza Cafe in Katy's Falcon Landing neighborhood. At Palio's Pizza Cafe, gluten-free and healthy eaters will appreciate the well-crafted menu items. Skip long waits and head to Palio's Pizza Cafe with your large group for easy seating. Enjoy the beautiful weather while you chow down — with outdoor seating, Palio's Pizza Cafe is a great summer destination. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Palio's Pizza Cafe as well. Can't stay long? Not a problem with the pizzeria's take-out and delivery options. Cyclists will love the spacious bike racks outside of Palio's Pizza Cafe. The grub at Palio's Pizza Cafe is also a downright bargain — most people can chow down for less than $15. You can stop by at almost any time, since Palio's Pizza Cafe offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    1450 West Grand Parkway South
    Katy, TX US
  • Pizza Bella
    Pizza Bella offers a casual environment and multiple pizza choices that the whole family can enjoy. Whether rocking a gluten-free lifestyle or looking for something low-fat, this place will serve you just what you need. Pizza Bella also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. With its kid-friendly vibe, Pizza Bella is a great spot for families to chow down. Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Pizza Bella's beautiful outdoor seating area. No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Pizza Bella — it's strictly casual. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Pizza Bella's cooking from the comfort of their own home. null Meals at Pizza Bella are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person.
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    1306 Pin Oak Rd
    Katy, TX US
  • Whichway Pizza (Katy, TX)
    At WhichWay Pizza, guests stand face-to-face with a humble, unadorned round of dough. No matter what happens in the next six minutes?two to pile on unlimited toppings, and four to cook the pie?every pizza costs the same. Ordering kicks off with the sauce. You could choose the roma tomato or you go for the gusto with pesto, barbeque, ranch, or a blend of all three. Next comes as many of the seven cheeses, including cheddar and asiago, as your conscience will allow, laying the groundwork for veggies such as artichokes, spinach, and jalapenos. Last but not least come the meats, including grilled, barbecue, and buffalo chicken, as well as Italian sausage, and Canadian and traditional bacon.
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    5000 Katy Mills Circle, #801
    Katy, TX US
  • Straw Hat Pizza
    During the surfing craze of 1959, Straw Hat Pizza presented a lighter version of the hearty Italian-American snack that caught on with the swimsuit set in San Leandro, a small town on San Francisco Bay. The crust's layers were flaky and crisp, and bubbling under a blend of six naturally-aged cheeses and spoonfuls of fresh sauce. Salad bars appeared at the chain a decade later, reflecting the epoch's free-love ethos that encouraged communion between animals and vegetables. The company celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009, having come a long way from the quirky kitchen that slung beer, screened old-time movies, and showcased local banjo bands. Today, the cold beer still flows from the bars at each location, and the menu now features pasta and Hot Hat sandwiches, pizza-dough pockets enveloping hearty fillings such as meatballs or roast beef. Tomatoes are hand-sorted to give sauce a consistent texture and full, ripe flavor, and wheat is grown according to Italian tradition, in volcanic soil or bowls of mom's pasta set at least 4,500 feet above sea level. Staying abreast of health and ecological concerns, the company manufactures boxes and napkins from recycled materials, and keeps trans fats out of its menu.
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    5205 Mason Rd, Ste 100
    Katy, TX US
  • Pepperoni's Pizza
    Each day, the chefs at Pepperoni's Pizza's eight locations crush premium tomatoes into sauces, roll out homemade dough, then cover the freshly baked pies with natural mozzarella. Diners can build their own creations from more than 30 toppings, including bacon bits and pineapples, or opt for more than 10 specialty pizzas such as the New Yorker, smothered with heaping amounts of sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. Their menu also sates hearty appetites with more than 20 oven-baked subs, as well as local favorites such as calzones and smokey BBQ Buffalo wings.
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    8510 FM 359
    Fulshear, TX US
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