aakk9999 - 7:59 pm on Jul 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
With regards to pizza pages - there is a way to do it to make both, Google and visitors happy - the question is - should you go to these lengths just to satisfy Google?
For example, you can have a separate page with generic content. Then you have another page with generic content text only, and canonical link element pointing to generic page. You frame this page within the city pages. You make city pages have address, phone number, few sentences about what is specific about this location, followed by (or preceeded by) framed generic content (where framed content has canonical to generic content page).
But as I said - whilst technically is possible - it defies Google's "make the page for visitor" as it is obvious you go to length that your "page for visitor" is not frowned upon by Google.