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post #46 of 73
DiFara's
Sal and Carmine's
Lombardi's
Muffai, for grandma style pizza
Mariella, my neighborhood slice joint, will do in a pinch
New Park is incredible on the way to the beach

Artichoke's sicilian slice is pretty good, but I'm hating on this place because of the hype it's been getting
post #47 of 73
Pequod's pan pizza in Chicago
post #48 of 73
If it's a take out special, I order from Pizza Nova here in Southern Ontario they do a half way decent thin crust. I love Gino's East when I am in Chicago, you can drown someone in their deep dish pizza. Here in Greater Toronto the better gourmet pizza would be Terroni's.

If I am downtown Toronto near UofT, the best slice is Pizza Gigi bar none.
post #49 of 73
is costco the only pizza joint in costa mesa/irvine?
post #50 of 73
I've never been that big on pizza. The best I've had thusfar was at Lombardi's in NYC. I think I'll try Bottega in Montreal when I'm next in town.

In the city I currently live in, there is absolutely nothing interesting as far as pizza is concerned.
post #51 of 73
I just read through this thread and cried a little. I can't believe people are listing Pizza Hut and Domino's; de gustibus non est disputandum. Maybe it's just me, but I don't even like California Pizza Kitchen and the whole "gourmet" pizza movement.

My favorite pizza is traditional Neapolitan: marinara or Margherita (di bufala). 2 Amys is the best I've had in DC, hands down; Pizzeria Paradiso is only worthwhile for the beer list.

http://www.2amyspizza.com/
post #52 of 73
I went to california pizza kitchen once...What a joke. I ordered a BBQ chicken pie thinking it would just have some BBQ on top. Instead it was just pizza with BBQ sauce instead of tomato sauce and chicken. It was gross. Thats not pizza.
post #53 of 73
I had some damn good brick oven pizza last night.
post #54 of 73
I haven't had a great pizza in a long time. Kind of upsetting.
post #55 of 73
double cheese double sausage
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post #57 of 73
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I had some damn good brick oven pizza last night.

Where? I saw u mention north jersey before.
post #58 of 73
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Where? I saw u mention north jersey before.

At a place called Emma's Brick Oven Pizza in Cranford.
post #59 of 73
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I went to california pizza kitchen once...What a joke. I ordered a BBQ chicken pie thinking it would just have some BBQ on top. Instead it was just pizza with BBQ sauce instead of tomato sauce and chicken. It was gross. Thats not pizza.
Don't know how familiar you are with pizza, but using bbq sauce instead of tomato sauce is the definition of a bbq chicken pizza. Out of all the times I've had it and out of all the pizza places I've been to, I've never seen it done any other way. Same deal with pesto pizza.
post #60 of 73
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Don't know how familiar you are with pizza, but using bbq sauce instead of tomato sauce is the definition of a bbq chicken pizza. Out of all the times I've had it and out of all the pizza places I've been to, I've never seen it done any other way.

Same deal with pesto pizza.


That's my point. It's not pizza. Its bread in the shape of pizza with bbq sauce, cheese, and chicken.

BBQ chicken pizza is BBQ or grilled chicken sliced and than used as the topping. That's how I had eaten it my entire life before my visit to the california pizza kitchen.
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