Monday, May 14, 2012

Find the Pi Pizza Truck This Week to Support ONSLRG!

Our good friends who run the Pi Pizza Truck once again have decided to support the good work of Old North St. Louis Restoration Group by donating 50% of their lunch sales to ONSLRG all THIS WEEK.  So, take a look at their schedule for this week and get yourself (and everybody you know!) to one or more (or all) of these locations:

Monday: Clayco - 11am

Tuesday: Wells Fargo Advisors (Beaumont & Pine) - 11am

Wednesday: American Red Cross (off Lindell) - 11am

Thursday:  Dielman Industrial Park (Olivette)  - 11am

Friday: Barnes Jewish Hospital / Wash. U. Med Center (on Scott, west of Taylor) - 11am

They’ll be serving these pizzas all week:


southside classico: sausage, green pepper, mushroom & onion

simply meat: sausage


western addition: mozzarella, spinach blended with ricotta and feta, mushrooms, onions, and garlic

three cheese: mozzerella, fontina, parmesan

They’ll be serving these salads all week:

house salad: field greens, red bell peppers, red onions, crushed walnuts, gorgonzola cheese & tossed in a house made vinaigrette

bada bing: field greens, toasted almonds, gorgonzola cheese, dried bing cherries, with raspberry vinaigrette

For more information on the Pi Pizza Truck, visit:

And if you do pick up lunch from them this week, be sure to thank them for their support of Old North St. Louis Restoration Group!

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