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There's one where I live but I am not sure about the "authentic Italian" there. The pizza is good but I wouldn't call it great. So I don't think you're really missing all that much.I've been seeing ads for this place;
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But to date, the nearest one to me is in Baltimore. It's frustrating.
Nostalgia is a powerful thing that can be quite dangerous.I grew up around a Marcos and so had the pizza not-infrequently (but not that often relative to pizza hut or Gepetto's, a local place). But lately I've been seeing TV ads for Marcos despite there not being one in the PNW so far as I can tell. And now I want it and can't have it.
That said, I'm not entirely certain that I'm remembering the pizza accurately; I might just be remembering Gepetto's. So I don't even know if I do want it, or if I just want Gepetto's (which wasn't even THAT great, just nostalgic).
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Makes sense though, you can use downtime on the pizza oven to throw a pan of brownies in. Dominos and Pizza Hut do the same thing for their desserts.
I admire your self-restraint.Yeah, Dominos has been doing the brownie+cookie thing for ages, and they keep perfectly well so I often throw one into my order to have brownie/cookie snacks for the next nine days.
Maybe. Or it could just be that they bought ad time on a national cable network and decided it would hit enough of the big markets to be worth it even if it does confuse some people. (I remember a few years ago when I would always see ads for Cicis pizza and I think the closest one to me is 100 miles away.)Marco's bombarding the airwaves around here again, and yet none within range...
Is this some sort of weird attempt to attract franchisees?