Pizzeria offers a slice of life

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Owners Steve and Danielle Ross have played up their pizzeria in Davie, Peace a Pizza, as a peace-loving Woodstock theme with a tie-dye-wearing staff, rock ‘n’ roll blaring from the sound system and the vintage music posters lining the walls.

The main attraction of the pizzeria is what you can get by the slice.  Steve Ross said that they offer 32 different types of pizza by the slice.

The pizzeria opened in November, the restaurant is already getting praised by being voted the “best tasting pizza” by students at Nova Southeastern University.  Ross attributes the winning taste to high-quality ingredients.

The article said: “All of our ingredients are healthy and fresh. We cut our vegetables every day. Our dough is made fresh daily and our sauce is made fresh daily,” he said.

The article said: Ross said he offers something unique for kids, who can make their own pizza as part of the kids’ meal. Three kid-size booths feature their own TV monitors, where children’s movies are shown, he said.

The article said: ”I have a 4-year-old and a 6-year-old, and I know when you go to a restaurant with little ones you need to eat quickly,” Ross said. “We keep the kids occupied to give the parents a chance to talk.”

Ross, who opened a Peace a Pizza in Boca Raton in May 2006, said the restaurants are part of a Philadelphia chain. Ross said he thought Peace a Pizza would be successful in South Florida.

The article said: ”It’s good for large groups, because we have so many varieties that everybody gets what they want,” he said. “And all the customers say it’s the best pizza they’ve ever tasted — even the New Yorkers.”