I stopped at Midland Trust bank to make a deposit and asked the teller if the pizza next door was any good. She told me it was the best she's ever tried. But she told me to make sure you eat in as opposed to taking out. So I listened to her. I bought two slices and a drink for eat in and then ordered a pie to go for my two kids. I should have realized what I was ordering when I saw the giant pizza in the glass cases when I first walked in, then I would have realized that one slice would have fed me just fine. So my advice to anyone reading this is, order in-house and one slice was about the size of a quarter large pizza. It was huge. I only have one picture that I took, based on my thumb that's in the pic and the salt shaker, I'm estimating it was about a 6 inch by 8-9 in length slice. One piece would have filled me, two was pushing it. Great flavor, a little spicy, but really tasty. Now that I've gone there I know what she was talking about. And the place was packed. They have a huge dining area enough to sit about 100 people. I was in the Gilbert store. Now the only thing is, those huge slices were not the same size when I brought the pie home. In fact, they left it in the oven a little too long when I brought it home. Slices were normal-sized. So my advice is to take the family out to eat at Venezia's. A family of four could all eat and be filled for under $12. Each slice, eat-in is only $2.25. I'm going back for more. My combo (2 peperoni slices and a refillable drink came to under $6.00)
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