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A NEW pop-up shop has brought fresh pizza to Margate's old stone pier.
Marketing whiz Lisa Richards and award-winning chef Rachel Seed set up their business after struggling to find a restaurant with a wood-fired pizza oven.
The pair purchased a pizza oven and started to cater for weddings, functions and festivals before deciding to spend the summer in Thanet.
Lisa said: "We'd been down to Margate a few times over the last 18 months and it's gritty but beautiful.
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"There's a real community spirit and passion about the place that we wanted to be a part of.
"We're already looking for some permanent premises."
The Great British Pizza Company opened this month with a special half-price pizza night and its range of freshly baked perfection went down well with chorizo and chilli and nutella and banana the stand-out slices.
To wash down the feast, there's bottled beer and wine on offer and a fantastic view across the seafront.
Chef Rachel is constantly experimenting with new toppings and combinations and the guys need your help to name her culinary creations.
Customers have already helped shaped the menu with names with a local flavour.
The classic Margate-rita is already on the menu and the likes of Fioren-turner, Pier-peroni and Lido-balls are in contention.
Tweet your cheesiest Thanet pizza puns to @GBPizzaCo with the hashtag #pizzapuns. Prizes of free pizza and goodies are on offer to the best wordsmiths.