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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?

is it good worth stopping in bianco ? you mean the one in Phoenix ?
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I dunno, I would hope so - but I don't see myself making a trip to Phoenix just for pizza. IIRC it won a crapton of awards as the best pizza in America?
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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.

next time the alla benno and meat lovers and the above shit i recommended
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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.
Or you could drive for about 10 minutes to Senzanome and get an Aragosta & Caviale Beluga (w/ 1 whole lobster flambéed w/ Cognac + 30 grams of Beluga Caviar).

It's $350, but then they throw in a bottle of Champagne.

No, you can't get it to go and no, I haven't tried it laugh.gif
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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.

Joya in PA? That's where my wife and I went after we signed our house papers. nod[1].gif
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booked tix to Phx will check it out Saturday tanx cyc
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pizza places in nyc for meat lovers? planning a visit. will dedicate it to getting fat.

I haven't had any real quality NYC pizza, just the sketch late night joints at 3am run by really shady lookin dudes
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booked tix to Phx will check it out Saturday tanx cyc

(10) ?
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Or you could drive for about 10 minutes to Senzanome and get a Aragosta & Caviale Beluga (w/ 1 whole lobster flambeed w/ Cognac + 30 grams og Beluga Caviar).
It's $350, but then they throw in a bottle of Champagne.
No, you can't get it to go and no, I haven't tried it laugh.gif

Noma's but a bit more though.

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Joya in PA? That's where my wife and I went after we signed our house papers. nod[1].gif

Yup. Went there on Facebook's tab in December and took my family when they visited CA over the summer. Nice little place, if lacking in dessert options. That and Oren's are my favourite places on University Ave. Mountain View is decidedly lacking in comparison.

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pizza places in nyc for meat lovers? planning a visit. will dedicate it to getting fat.

I haven't had any real quality NYC pizza, just the sketch late night joints at 3am run by really shady lookin dudes
places there are overrated I don't care how many people line up outside gramaldis or artichoke

tomato basil in park slope is good if you can dodge enough baby carriages hipsters and pregnant women with yoga mats ...
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Tony's is legit. Have had several pizzas there. Even their goddamn gluten-free pizza was absolutely delicious. (No gluten for Mrs). Washed it down with coupla' Lagunitas "Day Time" IPAs in Washington Square on a recent beautiful sunny afternoon.
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My first post. It's mainly about the jacket, but I'd love to hear what everyone thinks overall.
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Lose tie + wear more casual shirt when not wearing a suit/odd jacket. Jacket itself looks fine.
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the price of entry to styleforum SWD should be for all to burn their khaki chinos. or give to the homeless...to burn
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