MarMar's Pizza Kitchen Will Pop Up at Katz Club Diner on June 2 and 3

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Mar Mar’s Pizza Kitchen made a big impression from its temporary home in Beachwood, where it set up shop in the former Rosso and Red space next to Blu. Run by Mario and Angela Santo Domingo, the ghost kitchen began in the winter and grew from a weekend-only operation to one that ran five days a week.

That residency ended a few weeks back but the owners have been busy searching for a more permanent home, which they hope to secure this summer. Until then, they will be hosting a series of pop-ups to stay in the public eye. The first one will take place at the Katz Club Diner (1975 Lee Rd.) from 4-8 p.m. on June 2nd and 3rd.



They have begun taking orders for their trademark thick, Sicilian-style, square-cut pies, sold by the quarter-sheet pan. Selections range from a veggie creation to the Meat Sweats, loaded with pepperoni, sausage, salami, banana peppers and jalapeno. Diners also can build their own pie. Also available are a few salads and a customizable pasta. A dinner for two ($45) option includes a salad, pasta and pizza.

Call 216-316-3355 or email (marmarspizza@gmail.com) to place your order.



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