pizzeria

noun
piz·​ze·​ria | \ ˌpēt-sə-ˈrē-ə How to pronounce pizzeria (audio) \

Definition of pizzeria

: an establishment where pizzas are made or sold

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The vehicle jumped the sidewalk and struck five people, some of whom were inside a pizzeria, according to police and fire officials. Rosemary Sobol, chicagotribune.com, "81-year-old woman killed, 4 others injured after SUV slams into pizzeria on Northwest Side," 31 Aug. 2019 The owner of the former Burger King building also received permission in October 2018 to open a pizzeria called Chill & Grill at the location, but since decided to lease the property rather than operate a restaurant, city documents said. Elliot Hughes, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "A Middle Eastern bakery and restaurant could replace a former Burger King in Greenfield," 10 July 2019 Who and what: Head brewer John Falco, part of the crew that opened Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Company back in 2016, branched off last year to open this experimental brewpub and pizzeria in western Kendall. Phillip Valys, sun-sentinel.com, "Summer suds: Five South Florida breweries opening this summer and fall," 9 July 2019 According to Page Six, Rubicondi also has worked as an actor and businessman and has recently considered opening a pizzeria in New York City. Martha Ross, The Mercury News, "Ivana Trump’s ex-husband calls Donald Trump Jr. a ‘jerk,’ says he, Ivanka and Eric Trump are a ‘disgrace’," 5 July 2019 Razza Pizza Artigianale in New Jersey took the No. 1 spot as the best pizzeria in North America. Sue Selasky, Detroit Free Press, "3 metro Detroit pizza places make top 50 list in North America," 28 June 2019 Other tenants include a coffee shop, a sushi restaurant, a pizzeria and a nail salon. Lillian Reed, baltimoresun.com, "Columbia explosion aftermath: Destruction of some businesses leaves owners devastated," 26 Aug. 2019 Tom’s father Joe, a Wyoming grocer for decades, opened the LaRosa’s pizzeria and the Westendorf family has owned and managed businesses there for nearly 100 years. Jennie Key, Cincinnati.com, "New look for an old friend as community's LaRosa's gets a makeover," 23 Aug. 2019 The project includes a pizzeria and gift shop, as well as two bar concepts. Tirion Morris, azcentral, "Pobrecito at The Churchill in downtown Phoenix is closing. Here's what we know," 20 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of pizzeria

circa 1912, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pizzeria

Italian, from pizza

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pizzeria

noun

English Language Learners Definition of pizzeria

: a restaurant where mainly pizzas are served

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