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Gelsosomo's Pizzeria

Gelsosomo's Pizzeria

206 Main Street
Lemont, IL 60439
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Gelsosomo’s Pizzeria in Lemont, is a place where families and friends could gather to celebrate life’s ordinary and extraordinary moments over a pie. This old-school family pizzeria provides diners with 32 different pizza options to choose from. They have perfected the pizza pie. Everyone in your dining party is sure to find a pizza they love at Gelsosomo’s Pizzeria.

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