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The Wedge Pizzeria — a gourmet twist on the classic Italian favorite

By Greg Elwell Modified: July 10, 2010 at 4:45 pm •  Published: March 30, 2009

Pizza or full meal — try The Wedge.

Pizza can get boring when all you ever eat are the same old toppings. At the Wedge Pizzeria, they bring a gourmet twist to this classic Italian favorite by loading up smaller pies with a variety of upscale tastes.

For those looking for a more complete meal, the Wedge offers a great line-up of appetizers, including an anti-pasto platter of roasted veggies, cheese, olives and salami.

Another big seller is the Wedge Trio, which features seasoned flatbread, fired in the oven, along with tapenade, roasted artichoke hearts and a red pepper hummus.

At this restaurant, salads are anything but pedestrian. There's a standard Caesar salad, but The Wedge salad is covered in cucumbers, tomatoes, fennel, kalamata olives and herb vinaigrette.

For a different kind of salad, The Beet Goes On features roasted beets with shallots, oranges, thyme and reggiano cheese — a truly unique flavor.

The main event, however, is the pizza, and the Wedge has a lot to offer those looking for something different. The Vedge is a vegetarian pie covered in garlic, red bell peppers, mushrooms, pine nuts and artichokes. It's a creamy slice with ricotta cheese under the toppings and mozzarella on top.

Another wild option is the Proscuitto E Formaggi, which tops their homemade crust with thin-sliced prosciutto, spicy arugula and sweet and chewy figs.

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