New Jersey Restaurant To Cater To Pizza Crust Lovers Think for a minute about the dizzying number of pizza crust options. Villa Italian Kitchen later this month will begin selling just crust. Isn't crust everyone's favorite part of the pizza?
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New Jersey Restaurant To Cater To Pizza Crust Lovers

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NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Think for a minute about the dizzying number of pizza crust options - thin crust, thick crust, stuffed crust, gluten-free crust. A restaurant in New Jersey is taking it one step further. Later this month, they'll start selling literally just crust. Villa Italian Kitchen says they know that the crust is everyone's favorite part of the pizza. And yes, maybe, but at the risk of offending crust-lovers, isn't that what breadsticks are for?

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