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darioush h.
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Report | 5 days ago
Love this place.
Jonathan P.
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Report | 18 days ago
Excellent experience.
Meghan L.
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Report | 18 days ago
Great summertime spot and fun music
Courtney F.
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Report | 22 days ago
They are closed on Mondays. This is a great local business! The greek salad is amazing! They will also alter the menu for vegetarians! Thanks Luke 'n Ollies!
Chontal H.
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Report | a month ago
Wonderful place to eat on the beach with awesome customer service! Great portions...tasty food...and friendly owner!
rebecca j.
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Report | a month ago
Great pizza and sandwiches, casual atmosphere, family friendly. The banana dessert is amazing!
Elaine C.
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Report | a month ago
The large pizza is VERY large - too much for two people
Helen C.
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Report | a month ago
Cozy, for-locals atmosphere. Pizza with glutenfree crust was teriffic.
Robert J.
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Report | 2 months ago
This is the closest pizza locally that compares to New York style pizzas.
Mark P.
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Report | 2 months ago
Great food.
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From Our Editors

Although few would think to pile peanut butter and bacon onto a burger, the PB3?which has both?is a favorite of Luke 'n Ollie's Pizzeria owner Jonathan Swartz and a legion of loyal customers. According to The Island Eye News, after tasting a similar creation in New Orleans, Swartz worked on his own to add to the Luke ?n Ollie?s menu. Swartz is an expert at adding creative twists to entrees: his chicken sandwich delights tongues with teriyaki sauce and pineapple. But his pizzeria doesn?t shy away from sticking to the classics. Its pizza crusts?made New York-style by a local baker who follows Swartz?s own secret recipe?pile with mozzarella, pecorino, and fresh ingredients, and diners can bite into traditional meatball or eggplant-parmesan subs while lounging amid the dining room?s exposed brick and black-and-white tiled floor.

Guests can also dine alfresco near palm trees on the patio, where the breeze mercifully dries foreheads as their owners take on the Steak Bomb Challenge. A fan of the Food Network and its creative competitions, Swartz decided to create his own challenge: 10 ounces of philly cheesesteak, 8 ounces of hamburger, 4 ounces of italian sausage, and a quarter pound of melted mozzarella sandwiched onto an 18-inch italian sub bun, all flanked by mountains of french fries. If diners can chow it all down in under an hour, they get it for free. Although many have tried, few brave American heroes have gotten their photos tacked up on the Wall of Winners.

Before leaving, diners should remember to get their photo taken or their portrait painted with Ollie, the 5-foot dog statue on the front patio who dons anything from bathing suits to Hazmat suits to Santa hats according to the seasons.

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