Mutant pizza parlor


22 Responses to “Mutant pizza parlor”

  1. Katey Corrigan says:

    You forgot to mention the I Dream of Genie statue in front!

  2. Tom Rombouts says:

    Cool place – a few years ago there was a slightly similar place in Los Angeles on Fairfax roughly across from Canter’s Deli.  It had a kind of outer space interior with I think some black light.  Looking online I think it was called Nova Express, but has sadly closed.

  3. OriGuy says:

    Can you get your pizza with fresh gagh?

  4. LogrusZed says:

    Portland has a fish and chip shop with a room themed to Dr. Who “The TARDIS room”

    They do fun events and the food quality is really good, and the price reflects that. But it’s food you’re unlikely to find elsewhere (had my first Irn Bru there) in a unique environment.

    The owner supports Arsenal FC, btw, so don’t wear blue and white. He’s also loud and cranky. Probably a Scot.

  5. spacemunky says:

    There’s a completely unrelated Flying Saucer Pizza here in Washington. 

    The Thai Fighter is excellent.

  6. Kinda reminds me of the now long defunct The Oven in Houston before my Texas descended into madness in the mid 90′s.

  7. niktemadur says:

    Anyone else thinking what I’m thinking?
    Marylin Monster’s Marylin Mozzarella Pizza Rella Pie Parlors!

  8. Chentzilla says:

    Is it okay that the first thing that caught my attention was a misspelling of Giedi Prime?

  9. otterhead says:

    I love this place, but I love the restaurant next door more.. no, not the Gulu Gulu, but the Polonia Cafe, the only place on the North Shore to get Polish and eastern European food. Their bigos, goulash, and pierogies are fantastic. And get the house special of Zywiec beer with raspberry syrup.

  10. Vinnie Tesla says:

    I) Gula-Gula is awesome. I wish I made it to Salem more, just so I could hang out there.

    2) I’m not certain that enjoying sci-fi television makes you any sort of mutant at all at this point in history. 

  11.  I just want to know what’s on the Giedi Prime.  I can picture a hellish, blasted surface covered in all sort of different meats, but I could also be very wrong.  Please, enlighten us; what’s on that pie?

  12. brandonmwest says:

    At first glance I thought that young woman on the right was having a swig of Frank’s Red Hot. Bottoms up!

  13. skeptacally says:

    This restaurant may get the thumbs up in the geek chic department, but their use of Frank’s as a hot sauce of choice makes me question their epicurean decisions.   

  14. Sparg says:

    You are truly blessed.

  15. Carpeteria says:

    I live about fifteen minutes from this place, and I can attest that, not only is the gimmick totally fun, the food is truly awesome. Really amazing pizza and a fantastic owner (the Gulu Gulu folks are really cool). I had a pizza delivered via their new online delivery service, and when it took about 30-40 mins. longer than they had estimated, they called and gave me a coupon for a free pizza in the future. Great stuff all around – worth the trip for anyone in the New England area!

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