Restaurant review: As big as ever

Kylee Brown, Staff Writer

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A popular hangout spot for students is Evelyn’s Big Italian Pizza. Evelyn’s is a popular place for students to hang out at because it’s near school, it offers delicious food, and it’s very inviting.

The menu includes an array of pizza, salads, sandwiches, and pasta dinners. Students hang out at Evelyn’s after school every day, enjoying big slices of pizza and tasty sides.

Evelyn’s boasts at its website that it was rated the #1 Italian Ristorante in Fairfield, so it’s no wonder why so many students decide to have their after school snacks at Evelyn’s.

Evelyn’s is owned by the Tropeano family who work hard to provide a comfortable atmosphere. As a result, Evelyn’s workers are very friendly and like working in the restaurant.

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