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I’ve officially found the laziest kitchen downtown: the staff at Due Amici, the South Orange Avenue joint formerly known as Dan’s Midnite Pizza. Seriously, 30 minutes to heat up a couple of slices and make a panini? Frustrating, considering the restaurant wasn’t packed and the folks behind the counter were text-messaging away.

The two slices I had — a white pizza and a mushroom — weren’t bad. They were large enough to be satisfying for the price — $4.95 with a soda, a daily special — and the New York crust was appropriately thin. My companion was less pleased with his “Siciliano” panini: too-thick prosciutto surrounded by too-chewy bread. We were both disappointed by the garlic bread-with-cheese appetizer; there was no cheese to be found. I’ve enjoyed calzones here in the past, and I tried a tasty fried ziti special once — maybe if they put it on the menu, I’d go back. (Due Amici, 28 S. Orange Ave., 407-425-8881)

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