"Ozone" and "Pizza." I never would have thought to put the two together. Close up, the awning revealed an even odder handle: "hippy rolls," (sometimes, "hippie"), which look like skinny-ass calzones filled with sausage and peppers (or other pizza-friendly ingredients) that peek out both ends.
Now that I've tried a roll at Giovanni's, I passed on Ozone's version in favor of their stellar, saucy Sicilian slice ($1.75). The lasagna slice ($2.75) is a load, best regarded as a small main course. It's fine, but you might enjoy a second slice of Sicilian even more.
On a later visit to the neighborhood, while climbing the stairs to the elevated A train, I saw that the awning had exchanged its structuralist slice (first awning photo) for a more realistic rendition (following photo). I also noted the addition of a small triskelion at upper left, emphasizing the Sicilian connection.
96-15 Liberty Ave., Ozone Park, Queens