Pittsburgh Street Pizza

Meet Gavin, Pittsburgh Street Pizza Owner and Chef

The car interior smelled so good I had to eat a slice before I got home.
Fresh ingredients and the crust is superb.

Supporting local small businesses.

This afternoon Pittsburgh Street Pizza was set up in front of McWalker Yarns on Grant Avenue, Millvale PA. (If you’re not local you can still order yarn online but not the pizza 🥲)

Contact Pghstreetpizza to book for your next Pittsburgh event
Thanks Gavin for allowing me to photograph and include you in my People at Work series.
Wishing you every success in your new business.

And I didn’t even know what a ROCCBOX Oven was until this afternoon.

“The restaurant-grade portable pizza oven. Dual fuel, fire up with the convenience of gas or discover the flavor of wood for the ultimate pizza experience”

12 thoughts on “Pittsburgh Street Pizza

  1. Great photos of Gavin in actin

    So cool to have the street sized oven
    And your people at work series seems to have been going on for a while (I have a small collection of work photos too)
    And was wondering how big your collection is now?

  2. What a smile!!! What a delicios looking Pizza!! Best of luck on your new business, Gavin!!!

  3. Oh man. I love margherita pizza and Gavin’s creation looked so good. Any chance he might set up someday in Fort Myers?? dc

  4. We are fortunate to have more and more street food vendors around town.Gavins pizza looks soooo good. If he is in the neighborhood or nearby, we will try it next time we go to McWalker.

  5. There’s so much to love about this photo essay. Gavin’s wide smile, which shows a joy and passion for creating pizzas. Your incredible photos documenting him and his work. And then that pizza, oh, my, it looks delicious. Thank you for featuring Gavin and supporting this young man in this passion/business.

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