A slice of pizza with a big red button and a logo of a large Italian restaurant on it, with a menu listing ingredients such as meat, cheese and pasta.
In a few days, the pizza will be ready and sitting on the table of a woman who lives near a large pizza parlor that has been closed since the storm.
She has been a customer of the pizzeria since the summer.
When it opened, the owner of the pizza parlour had already moved out.
Now, she and her family have been in the house for weeks, waiting for the pizza to be delivered to them.
The restaurant has been in a state of lockdown.
There is a notice in the window announcing that there is a curfew.
People are not allowed to leave the house without being accompanied by a police escort.
“It’s like a zombie apocalypse,” said Laura, a restaurant employee who asked to be identified only by her first name.
Laura and her two young children have been staying in the villa rosa, where a few residents who live nearby have returned.
It is a cozy house, with lots of furniture and a large outdoor terrace that overlooks the beach.
People from around the area come to the villas for pizza.
A resident of the villamatero rosa who asked not to be named said they have been trying to stay up to date on the weather and what to expect, but they were not able to get a hold of anyone.
Many of the residents are now back in their homes, as the electricity has been restored and roads are clear.
Some residents are worried that the police might come to evict them.
“We are scared of what might happen to us,” said one villa villamario rosa resident.
“We have no choice.”
The pizzeria owner told reporters that the people who were staying with them had to be evacuated because of the storm and would have to return to their homes in another neighborhood.