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The Pizza Man

The Pizza Man is the Northshore's oldest, owner operated pizza parlor, founded in 1976! We are located at 1248 Collins Blvd., Covington, LA, across the street from Zoe's Bakery. Open 6 nights a week, from 4pm to 9pm, closed Tuesdays.

The Pizza Man

If you like true Italian pizza, you are destined to find something on the menu that you will love! Take out orders are welcome, we also offer a great indoor space with table service. A great place to take the family out for dinner.

Welcome! to Pizza Man Restaurant. Order your favorite pizza, wings, subs, salads & much more with Pizza Man Restaurant located at 5810 Robert Oliver Pl, Columbia, MD 21045. We always given the people of Maryland quality food, fast delivery and great customer service. Our pizza, salads, wings and all other food items are prepared freshly daily in our kitchen and that's our guarantee. Try one of our many pizza choices with family and friends. Please come to Pizza Man Restaurant and enjoy the fresh and great food items.

WBL Pizza Man is a family-run restaurant in White Bear Lake. We pride ourselves in serving a high quality pizza made with the freshest ingredients possible to White Bear Lake residents andvisitors for over twenty years. Our goal is to meet YOUR expectations by providing great food and superior customer service.

The death of Brian Wells took place on August 28, 2003, after Wells, a pizza delivery man, robbed a PNC Bank near his hometown of Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. Upon being apprehended by police, Wells was murdered when an explosive collar locked to his neck detonated. The plot subsequently uncovered has been described as "one of the most complicated and bizarre crimes" in the history of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).[1]

Wells' involvement in the plot is a matter of controversy. Investigators concluded Wells was a willing participant in the robbery, but was told the bomb was fake. Wells' family said he was forced to rob the bank by the conspirators. Known as the collar bomb case or pizza bomber case, the incident gained extensive media coverage, including the 2018 Netflix series Evil Genius.

Wells worked as a pizza delivery driver at the Mama Mia's Pizzeria in Erie for ten years before his death.[24][25] Just after 1:30 p.m. on August 28, 2003, the pizzeria received a call from a payphone at a nearby gas station. The owner could not understand the customer and passed the phone to Wells, who received a call to deliver two pizzas to 8631 Peach Street, an address a few miles from the pizzeria. The address was the location of the transmitting tower of WSEE-TV at the end of a dirt road.[26]

The case also involved two further deaths linked to the conspirators. On August 31, 2003, Wells's coworker at the pizza store and its only other delivery driver, Robert Thomas Pinetti, was found dead in his home after suffering a drug overdose.[40]

The 2011 American comedy film 30 Minutes or Less depicts a pizza delivery man being forced to wear a bomb vest and rob a bank, with the mastermind seeking the money to hire a hitman to kill his father and receive his inheritance. The film's similarity to the Wells case was criticized by Wells' family, but Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group said the cast and crew were not aware of the Wells case and the screenwriters were "vaguely familiar" with it.[66]

You can order Pizza Man for your family, business, and even your wedding! Many weddings cater salads and pizza, but one recent couple had a request for a wedding pizza cake. The final product? A 4-tier pepperoni pizza cake completed with a bride and groom topper.

Pizza Man serves a St. Louis-style thin crust pizza with mozzarella or cheddar cheese. Their uniqueness, however, comes in the way they cook the pizza. Pizza Man uses a slate brick oven rather than the traditional conveyer oven to personally cook your pizza. This takes longer but, in the end, gives the pizza a more distinguished flavor. Pizza Man now offers a new cauliflower pizza crust that is keto and gluten friendly.

The Complex Hollywood, 6476 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood; Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 3 p.m.; through Aug. 26. or (323) 465-0383. Running Time: two hrs. with 15 min. intermission.

Castiel: It's very complex. If the pizza man truly loves this babysitter, why does he keep slapping her rear? Perhaps she has done something wrong.Dean: Are you watching porn? Why?Castiel: It was there.Dean: You don't watch porn in a room full of dudes. And you don't talk about it. Just turn it off. Well now he's got a boner.

When he opened up at 1800 E. North Ave. in 1970, then 28-year-old Amidzich offered pizza and fried chicken only by delivery or carry-out. He delivered until 4 a.m. on weekends, making him popular as one of few options to satisfy late-night, post-bar munchies.


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