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post #82096 of 117677
i haven't had pizza in a while

or do i say that i haven't had it in a minute?
post #82097 of 117677
def need to check out napoletana or whatever the fuck it is i like that guy's style of giving ny the finger
post #82098 of 117677

If you're ever in Copenhagen, mother has the best pizza in the city, bar none. Only a couple blocks from the best microbrewery in town, Mikkeller Bar.

post #82099 of 117677
my wife makes home made pizza, and it is delicious.
post #82100 of 117677
Homemade is good/fun too, but I don't try to emulate the same stuff I like from restaurants. Simply don't have the heat.

There are some people in SW&D that live near Pizzeria Bianco in Arizona right?
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TBH, Mozza wasn't a game-changer for me. Probably roughly tied for best pizza I've had in the US, but no better than a place like Osteria in Philly. Maybe that's more of a testament to Osteria than a knock on Mozza, though.
post #82102 of 117677
Lives in the Bay Area for more than 20 years.

Never tried Pizza Napoletana.
post #82103 of 117677
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TBH, Mozza wasn't a game-changer for me. Probably roughly tied for best pizza I've had in the US, but no better than a place like Osteria in Philly. Maybe that's more of a testament to Osteria than a knock on Mozza, though.

what did you have? there are some that aren't that great and some that are fucking great so all depends on what you order

squash blossoms are good as fuck and i also get the caprese with pane bianco, fucking amazing
post #82104 of 117677

All I can say about Bay Area pizza is that Amici's was ridiculously overhyped and that nothing is better at 4AM than coming home to deep dish leftovers from Paxtis. And Google's crust and sauce needs serious improvement

post #82105 of 117677
Amici's is pretty whatever - it was probably a result of the expectations.

Moo you should check out Tony's. You can probably find Youtube vids of him doing crazy pizza acrobatic shit too, I know he's been on Food Network/TV a bunch.

I'm surprised there aren't any trendy restaurants in the bay making high end pizza pockets / pizza rolls as some sort of appetizer. Surely it's been done somewhere to reviews of "clever whimsy" and "upscale nostalgia".
post #82106 of 117677
Seniore's in the city is the shit though at 3am.
post #82107 of 117677
any of those places have he certificate from Naples ? is that still meaningful ? went to two they were pretty tasty but I still prefer what I make at home thats not like real pizza at all but anyway ....
post #82108 of 117677
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what did you have? there are some that aren't that great and some that are fucking great so all depends on what you order
squash blossoms are good as fuck and i also get the caprese with pane bianco, fucking amazing

Had the fennel sausage, salame and chile deal rec'd by the server, and one other that I don't remember, was back in the spring. Fennel sausage was great as expected but the others were forgettable.

Maybe best bruschetta I've ever had though. Also had a butterscotch budino for dessert that was really fucking good.

Basically, I enjoyed the appetizers and dessert a lot more than the pizza, which was kind of a letdown.
post #82109 of 117677

There's a place in the Tenderloin that will make you a burrito x calzone hybrid that's essentially a hot pocket on steroids (with the concomitant volcano explosion on the first bite). Probably the best food I ate while I was in the Bay after Joya, but  my standards are low and palate unsophisticated.

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"Gemignani also received his Master credentials from the Scuola Italaina Pizzaioli and is the proprietor of the International School of Pizza where he certifies chefs from around the world. His most impressive accolade to date is being named the official U.S. ambassador of Neopolitan pizza by the city of Naples, a prestigious title only given to three people in the entire world. In 2011 and 2012 Tony won two world titles in cooking, making him an 11 time world champion."

Not sure if applicable Shah.
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