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It’s Super Bowl Sunday! And we’ve got you covered with this business directory listing page, which features eastern Racine County pizza places.

Eastern Racine County Pizza Places

Bernie’s Pizza, 1238 Lathrop Ave.

Buona Vita Pizzeria Restaurant, 3701 Durand Ave.

Chubbies Pizzaria & Sandwich Shop, 619 High St.

Chuck E. Cheese’s, 5612 Durand Ave.

DeRangos Pizza Palace, 3840 Douglas Ave.

DeRango The Pizza King, 3114 Washington Ave.

DeRango’s Pizza, 6100 Washington Ave.

DeRango “The Pizza King” And Steakhouse, 4621 6 Mile Rd.

Domino’s Pizza, 3743 Douglas Ave.

Domino’s Pizza, 5100 Washington Ave.

Ferraro’s Pizza, 3700 Meachem

Infusino’s Pizzeria, 3301 Washington Ave.

Infusino’s Pizzeria, 3225 Rapids Dr.

Jerry’s Fresh Pizza, 1823 Durand Ave.

Little Caesar’s Pizza, 2211 S. Green Bay Rd.

Marco’s Pizza, 2065 Lathrop Ave.

Mario’s Italian Restaurant, 2322 Lathrop Ave.

Mike & Angelo’s, 6214 Washington Ave.

Nonna Wells Pizza, 1317 4 Mile Rd.

Papa John’s Pizza, 5205 Washington Ave.

Papa Murphy’s Pizza, 4700 Washington Ave.

Papa Murphy’s Pizza, 5121 Douglas Ave.

Pizza Hut, 2401 Douglas Ave.

Pizza Hut, 5000 Washington Ave.

Pizza King, 4621 6 Mile Rd., 235

Rocky Roccoco Pizza & Pasta, 6631 Washington Ave.

Salute Italian Restaurant, 314 Main St.

Topper’s Pizza, 5502 Washington Ave.

Wells Brothers Restaurant, 2148 Mead St.

Interested in being part of Beer:30

We’ll also be adding this list in our Beer:30 newsletter, a free resource for readers to find out about all things entertainment, nightlife and food. The section is part of our daily newsletter starting the week of Feb. 5.

And if you own one of these establishments, this is a great opportunity to advertise with the Racine County Eye.

The cost to be part of the newsletter is $80/month. If we’re missing your favorite (eastern Racine County only — for now), add it to the comment section. We’ll add it.

Want in? Email Trudy Coombs at tcoombs@racinecountyeye.com

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.