Two-Fisted Mario's rocks and rolls from mid-day until midnight and beyond. One reason for the crowds: Two-Fisted Mario's (and Mario's Double Daughter's Salotto, right next door) are hip, designed in a cool, organically divey way. But decor isn't everything -- food is. And Mario's offers a near-perfect imitation of the New York thin-crust pizza. Even better, it sells a slice for three bucks and serves until two in the morning. Remember to buy more than you can eat; the Two-Fisted cheese pie makes a great cold breakfast.
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Two-Fisted Mario's, 1626 Market Street, has long been a unique place to sit and put down a pizza, but the digs of the eatery's sibling restaurants are some of the most inventive interiors in town. Right next door, Mario's Double Dau...
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