After getting its start in Greeley and then moving on to Loveland, an outpost of Pizza Street opened last Wednesday at 1600 Champa Street. "We've had a lot of requests for our great-tasting food in the city," explains Tom Williams, the owner of this Colorado-based group. And pizza isn't the only thing on the menu at this hip, dimly lit joint. Pizza Street also offers calzones, wings, soups and its signature "Belly-o" sandwiches, served on homemade Italian bread.
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