Important CC used:
-buyable pizza (previously mentioned) - works
-pizza made purchasable at grocery store - doesn't work (in this particular scenario)
-ATS3's bakery display - works
-ani's shop mod -works
The result proved to be interesting. The buyable pizza can be put in the sims' inventory and transferred to a chest (or chest-like) for purchase, but the grocery store mod doesn't work on food registers so the 2nd mod isn't needed to have a functional pizzeria. That's a huge "duh" moment for me. *facepalm*
A lot of the slots on the bakery display are too small for pizza boxes, since they were meant for small pastries, but there are four slots that work perfectly with the box. If someone *COUGH* could make decorative pizzas, they would look great in these display cases. :)
So anyway, pictures!!
Before I even started construction, Janice started thinking about a bakery...or a pizzeria. She's obviously psychic.
The pizzeria, in all its rushed and lackluster glory.
And there I am on the far right, looking suspicious as hell. Hi me! *waves*
Unless you want your sims to have other foods besides pizza, I don't recommend using the diner rug. Sims can be so lazy sometimes; if they have the option of going to a rabbit hole instead of using the food register, they will.
Needless to say, I got rid of the rug.
If you plan on using the buyable pizzas, I strongly recommend fixing them first using the TSR Rigfix or some other program. Otherwise they may bork your game.
As always, thanks for reading! :)