Frank LaFata has operated Pizza-a-Go-Go since 1964, from Gaslight Square to its present home just south of Interstate 44 and Arsenal. The location has changed; his pizza hasn't. These pies are timeless classics: simple, and simply perfect. It's all about the crust, thin and crisp with just enough weight to support the sweet, slightly spicy sauce. You don't have to worry about styles or exotic toppings, either. Choose your size, a couple of traditional toppings and you're good to go. It's the Platonic ideal of pizza, reminding you why fell in love with this essential dish in the first place.

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Frank LaFata has operated Pizza-a-Go-Go since 1964, from Gaslight Square to its present home just south of Interstate 44 and Arsenal. The location has changed; his pizza hasn't. These pies are timeless classics: simple, and simply perfect. It's all about the crust, thin and crisp with just enough weight to support the sweet, slightly spicy sauce. You don't have to worry about styles or exotic toppings, either. Choose your size, a couple of traditional toppings and you're good to go. It's the Platonic ideal of pizza, reminding you why fell in love with this essential dish in the first place.

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Price: $,$$
Payment Type: cash, check

Parking: Lot Available, Street


Reservations: Not Accepted


Attire: Casual attire


Extra Info: Carryout and dine-in only

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