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It’s good to be square at Mangieri’s Pizza Café, an inviting neighborhood restaurant with long benches for family seating and a handful of individual tabletops. The Austin mini-chain’s iconic cut-in-to-squares thin-crust pizzas are as popular as they are tasty, thanks to a thick and vibrant homemade tomato sauce, fresh whole milk mozzarella and a dazzling assortment of toppings. Specialty options abound for these whole pies, though customization is available, and anyone looking to skip the pizza train altogether can opt for pastas, salads or hot sandwiches. Wines by the glass and other alcoholic options are available from the blonde-wood back bar, or sit in the rock-patterned, casual dining room, where windows and tall booths abound.