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Stone L’Oven Pizza Co: A Canton Pizzeria

December 17, 2014 5:05 pm

Stone L'Oven Pizza Co. serves up neapolitan-style pizza for the pizza fans of Canton. Aged dough and hot ovens create the signature crust that’s a cut above your usual delivery pie. Kids and adults alike will enjoy watching the chefs in the open kitchen hand-stretch the dough for each pizza to order.

Hearty salads, appetizers, soups, pastas, and desserts are also on the menu, as well as their sandwiches, calzones, and panini. There aren’t many kids who don’t love pizza, but the kids menu also has smaller portions of ziti, mac and cheese, or even a hot dog.

You can enjoy your pizza in the “sleek and friendly atmosphere,” as one Yelp reviewer called it, or take your pie to go. Visit Stone L'Oven's website to find out more about this Canton pizzeria!

Stone L'Oven Pizza Co
8 Washington Street
Canton, MA 02021
(781) 575-1700

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Happy Holidays!

December 15, 2014 4:20 pm

We wish you and your loved ones all a very happy and safe holiday season.

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How to Make the Holidays Less Stressful

December 10, 2014 6:02 pm

With all of the gift buying, cookie baking, and crowded homes filled with out-of-town visitors, you may forget that the holidays are supposed to be a time of fun and relaxation. Here are a few smart tips that will help you to take the stress out of the holidays and better appreciate time spent with family.

  1. Ask for a wish list. Instead of stressing out about buying the perfect gift for a loved one, just ask for his or her wish list. There’s no shame in asking what everyone wants to ensure that you feel confident about your purchases.
  2. Create a budget—and stick to it. Although it’s easy to overspend when you want to spoil your friends and family members, it will only leave you feeling more stressed afterward. It’s entirely possible to purchase thoughtful gifts within your means, provided that you set a budget for your gifts.
  3. Say “no.” You don’t have to attend every holiday party, volunteer to bring a side to every family dinner or even host the festivities at your own home. Carefully consider which things you’ll actually have time for, and say no to everything else.
  4. Keep things simple. Instead of trying to make your holiday celebrations the best on the block, focus on simply spending time with the family over a delicious meal. The rest will work itself out.

Peggy's Top Five for Stress-Free Gift Giving [Emily Post]
Our Stress-Less Holiday Guide [She Knows]
10 Steps to a Less Stressful Holiday [Parents]

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