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The gist: Esteemed local pastry chef, desert queen Tammie Coe’s venture into the world of craft pizza; conveniently located in Downtown Phoenix’s buzziest arts district.
The food: An east-meets-west style of ‘za is what’s on the menu; think veg-forward eggplant-adorned pies, inventive, regional-inspired takes that include toppings like roasted corn and cotija cheese, and piping-hot classic pepperoni stunners.
The cost: Slices range from $3.50-$5. Whole pies are $12 - $18. Other noshes including sandwiches and sides like cheesy garlic sticks are between $6 - $7.99. Grab-and-go desserts are also available.
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If your favorite part of a pizza is also the dough—you’ve got to try Hot Daisy Pizza which was opened by one of Phoenix’s most best-known pastry chefs, Tammie Coe. Not only does the restaurant serve up slices starting at just $3.50, you can also grab their delicious Cheezy Western Garlic Sticks for an extra dose of carbs.