Old Greg’s is a pizza pop-up currently operating out of Kaido in the Design District. They serve square sourdough pizzas, which are big and fluffy and come with the toppings like pepperoni, mushrooms, ramps, and more. They usually sell out very fast, so keep an eye on their Instagram page for announcements about ordering. They also have polenta-crusted chicken wings, garlic rolls, and frozen mezcal negronis and margaritas. All of the above are very tasty and worth ordering.
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