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$12 for $25 Worth of Specialty Pizza
Pizzas, available with NY-style thin crusts or Chicago deep-dish crusts, range from 8 to 18 inches and come dusted solely with cheese ($5.27+) or crowned with specialty toppings such as the pepperoni, sausage, ham, bacon, beef, and double cheese of the Stockyard pie ($7.36+). The pineapple and shrimp topped island pie starts at $6.67 apiece, and entrees include Italian staples such as spaghetti marinara ($4.49+) and chicken parmesan ($9.99). See the full menu.
In the midst of ever-multiplying chain eateries, Gabriel's Pizza embraces its status as a mom-and-pop pizza joint. Though the restaurant boasts patio seating and exposed-brick walls, owners Charley and Allen Eisenmenger generally avoid frills and instead focus on perfecting a menu that brings together New York’s thin-crust pizzas and Chicago’s deep-dish pies. Their fresh dough never sees the inside of a freezer or kitchen igloo, and it takes on a whole new layer of taste when chefs coat it with the restaurant's signature sauce. They top specialty pies with USDA-certified meats and produce largely sourced from a Charleston vendor, gracing dough with accessories ranging from classic pepperoni to rich artichoke hearts. The chefs also craft entrees such as baked spaghetti and ravioli.