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Gina's Pizza
420 Iris Ave., Corona del Mar, CA 92625
Gina's Pizza is one of Orange County's top-rated pizza shops and is known for specialty pizzas like the Godfather andMore pasta. Gina Costa's home cooked Italian dishes quickly grew in popularity after she opened this location in 1975. There are now four other locations, two in Laguna Beach, one in Costa Mesa and one in Irvine.
The Pizza Bakery
1741 Westcliff Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660
This is a pizza shop that offers a unique blend of New York taste with California flair. Check out fan favorites likeMore the Bowling Green Pizza, a vegetarian pizza or The Long Island, for meat lovers, The Long Island. There is dine-in service, carry out and catering available. There are also plenty of daily lunch specials.
Laventina's Big Cheese Pizza
2819 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Laventina's Big Cheese Pizza is located along the Balboa Peninsula. This old-fashioned pizza shop provides freshly bakedMore dough and homemade tomato sauce. Other popular menu items include hot submarine sandwiches, salads, wings and grilled ribs. Catering, take-out and delivery options are available.
Original Pizza
2121 W Balboa Blvd, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Original Pizza, near the beach, is a family-owned company in business for more than 20 years. Its pizzas can be eitherMore round or square, but always thin crust. Order full pies or by-the-slice, accompanied by salad and breadsticks. Call ahead to place an order for carry-out or delivery.
Azar's Gourmet Pizza
309 Palm St, Newport Beach, CA 92661
This pizza place is in the center of Balboa Island, next to the Balboa Ferry. Offering homestyle Italian cooking sinceMore 1975 and open daily, the restaurant serves pizza, sandwiches, pastas and salads.
z pizza
1616 San Miguel Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Z pizza is located in the Harbor View Center shopping mall on San Miguel Drive in Newport Beach, on the corner of SanMore Joaquin Hills Road, not far from Fashion Island and the 73 freeway. Part of the popular chain originating in Laguna Beach, z pizza is known for its healthy, California approach to pizza. Dough is made fresh daily, using organic flour, and all of its ingredients are organic and MSG- and additive-free. Whole pies and slices are offered, and the menu also features salads and sandwiches with the same fresh ingredients.  The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Customers should visit this location's website to find out more about current deals, promotions and events or to follow z pizza on Twitter.
Taco Bell/Pizza Hut Express
1400 W Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663

This two-in-one outpost of the national fast food chains, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut Express, is located on the WestMore Coast Hwy. It sits on a stretch of highway popular with cyclists, and a prominent bike rack can be found to the left of the main entrance. For hungry customers in cars, a drive-thru is also provided. Inside, there's walk-up counter service, and a self-serve beverage center.

The Taco Bell menu runs from classics like tacos and burritos to quesadillas, MexiMelts and Mexican Pizzas. As for the offerings from Pizza Hut Express, personal pan pizzas are among the favorites. After a meal here, the Newport Harbor is just a short stroll away.

Patril Bistro & Catering
514 W Balboa Blvd, Newport Beach, CA 92661
In 2006 Abbondanza Pizzeria was renamed Patril Bistro & Catering. It offers dishes with fresh ingredients and aMore warm atmosphere. The food is modestly priced and covers all the Italian favorites: pizza, penne pesto, lasagna and more. With over 14 years of experience, they are happy to cater birthdays, engagements, showers and weddings. It offers food specials and wine pairing dinner deals.
Garlic Jo's
2332 W Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663
The aromas wafting from Garlic Jo's can literally be detected from blocks away. This location is the Japanese restaurantMore chain's only outpost in the U.S. The menu here is difficult to pin down, as it is Japanese at its core but also features fusion dishes that incorporate aspects of everything from Italian to American cooking. Signature dishes include steak topped with garlic sauce, garlic thin-crust pizza, garlic-laden vegetable fried rice and grilled ahi with garlic lemon butter sauce; Even the décor's garlic-themed, with garlic bulbs hanging from small sacks on the walls. The dining area has an elegant yet casual feel with white table clothes, dark woods and a tile floor. The tables are easily adaptable to groups of all sizes.
Beach Corner Market Liquor
6710 W Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Beach Corner Market Liquor is aptly named; customers can see the ocean from the entryway. A smiling sun is painted onMore the façade, and it's depicted holding a taco in one hand and a beverage in another. That's the vibe here – friendly and fun, and always eager to please. As the sign promises, Beach Corner offers more than just a standard liquor and convenience store. To the far right of the space, there's a mini-restaurant that serves up Mexican fast food favorites like tacos and burritos, as well as pizza and other snacks. Orders are to-go, but there's seating available on the patio out front.
Mutt Lynch's
2300 W Oceanfront, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Mutt Lynch's is a cool beachside bar and grill located in Newport Beach, paces from the beach and a short walk from theMore Newport Beach pier. As you walk in, it is clear why this is a neighborhood favorite with cool surfboards mounted on the wall, lots of beers on tap, flat-screen TVs placed strategically around the bar and a pool table. It's a great place to watch sporting events, grab some food and a drink after a day at the beach or to hang out on a weekend. Mutt Lynch's has a full food menu that includes pizza, sandwiches, burgers, wraps, salads, starters and south-of-the-border items in addition to its "schooners" (oversize beers, though Mutt's also has regular-size mugs and pitchers for tap beer), wine and cocktails. There are rotating weekday food specials, and Wednesday evenings are trivia night. It opens daily at 7am and stays open until closing, which changes based on season and management's discretion, so if you're stopping by late, calling ahead might be a good idea.
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