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Old Town Pizza Restaurant Review: Lots of places serve pizza, but not too many boast a resident ghost. Located in a rustic wooden building formerly housing the Merchant Hotel (built in 1880), Old Town Pizza occupies a warren-like space that's packed with cozy nooks and crannies. A hippie hangout in the 1970's, today it's a popular spot for birthday parties and soccer teams. Indulge in thick, chewy-crusted pizza with your choice of fresh toppings, which tend toward the traditional: salami, mushrooms, olives, bell peppers. Several pasta dishes, salads and panini are also available. Garlic knots are a popular choice. Downtown workers may have lunch delivered by the speedy tri-cyclist. While it may be old-school, Old Town's commitment to socially and environmentally responsible practices, such as buying local produce, providing biodegradable plastics, and using 100 percent renewable energy, is twenty-first century. Also located at 5201 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 503-200-5988.