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  • The Grotto

  • This "very original pizzeria" plays up its name with fishing nets suspended from the ceiling filled with imitation sea life and other flotsam.
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  • Cuisine and scene: This "very original pizzeria" plays up its name with fishing nets suspended from the ceiling filled with imitation sea life and other flotsam. Established in 1999, the eatery evokes an old-fashioned, neighborhood pizza parlor, complete with a few arcade games and big-screen television, while accommodating customers' desire for unconventional toppings, such as teriyaki and barbecue chicken, and taco fixings.
    Recommended: Mediterranean pizza with artichoke hearts, fresh garlic, feta cheese, spinach, black olives, fresh basil and tomato is one of the best vegetarian pizzas around; a speedy lunch special combines a slice of pizza with one salad-bar trip and a soda for $7.50.
    Alternative diets: Vegetarian pizza and pasta options; two main-dish salads, as well as all-you-can eat from the salad bar for $6.75.
    Beverages: Local and other domestic, draft and bottled beers; local, other domestic and imported wines by the glass and bottle; house wines by the glass and half carafe; fountain sodas; juice, milk and iced tea; 2-liter bottled sodas available for delivery or carry-out.
    Price range: Appetizers, $1.50 to $4.95; pizzas, $4.99 to $21.99; pastas, $8.99 to $10.75; sandwiches, $4.25 to $7.50; soups, $3.75 to $4.75; salads, $1.95 to $8.25.
    Extras: Minimum $4 charge for payment by debit or credit card; free delivery in Talent and Phoenix starting at 5 p.m. with $10 minimum order; outdoor seating; parking in large, adjacent lot.
    Serving: From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays, from noon to 9 p.m. weekends.
    Info: 302 E. Main St., Talent; 541-535-3813; www.thegrottopizza.com.
    — Sarah Lemon
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