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El Mazacote

Offers various pizzas and fainás

Loyal customers claim that it's impossible to get tired of El Mazacote. It's a typical neighbourhood pizzeria with the oven on display, serving both deep-pan and stone-baked pizza that both meet the expectations of their fans. The place also serves three types of fainá: traditional, fainazzetta (fainá with muzzarella, onion and grated cheese) y fainazzetta with ham. Desserts are simple and generously portioned.

Inauguration: 1981
Speciality: deep-pan and stone-baked pizza

 

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