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post #61 of 73
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
I had some damn good brick oven pizza last night.

You should try Roxanne's in Mahwah and Brooklyn Pizza in Hackensack.
post #62 of 73
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Originally Posted by Johnny_5 View Post
You should try Roxanne's in Mahwah and Brooklyn Pizza in Hackensack.

My favorite pizza in Jersey is at a place called Frank's in Lincoln Park
post #63 of 73
i am always looking for good pizza in Jersey. Please continue to include recommendations here...

I like Carmen's Pizza in South Plainfield, NJ.
post #64 of 73
Lou Malnatis' deep dish Chicago style.
post #65 of 73
Most often I have a beer batter crust, white garlic sauce, large, but thin sliced pepperoni, black olives, bacon, and cashews with mozzarella.
post #66 of 73
Another favorite here in Jersey is Queen Pizza in Newark.

Every now and then I also like to have those huge slices down the shore, but those are more a novelty than actual good pizza (though, they're usually not bad and definitely better than Dominos, Pizza Hut, California Pizza Kitchen, etc.).
post #67 of 73
Atlantic Street Pizza in Seattle. Thick, heavy, and the sauce is quite good (I'm usually a easy-on-the-sauce-type of guy.

Unfortunately, the owner died a few years back and thei main location closed down. They still have a smaller outlet downtown but it caters to the office workers and isn't even open on the weekends. They have a greatly limited menu, also.

Brian
post #68 of 73
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Originally Posted by bwridge View Post
Atlantic Street Pizza in Seattle. Thick, heavy, and the sauce is quite good (I'm usually a easy-on-the-sauce-type of guy.

Unfortunately, the owner died a few years back and thei main location closed down. They still have a smaller outlet downtown but it caters to the office workers and isn't even open on the weekends. They have a greatly limited menu, also.

Brian

It is quite sad.
post #69 of 73
Lucali in Brooklyn and Gonzo in Manhattan are my two favorites.
post #70 of 73
Di Fara, mice and all.

For some reason I keep going back to Mariella on 16th st and 3rd ave for sicilian, though I am a thick ight crust fan.
post #71 of 73
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Originally Posted by feynmix View Post
i am always looking for good pizza in Jersey. Please continue to include recommendations here...

I like Carmen's Pizza in South Plainfield, NJ.

Brooklyn pizza in hackensack and roxanne's in mahwah are both great. Roxanne's is more of an upscale pizza place but still on the casual side.
post #72 of 73
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
To JB, that's cardboard, not pizza.

Zachary's in the Bay Area is on my all-time fav list along with Vito's in LA. Casa Bianca and Nicky D's in LA get honorable mentions.

It's been said before, but Zachary's is almost closer to lasagne than pizza. Not that that's a bad thing. Vito's in LA is good for a commercial pizza joint. I used to really like Lamp Post pizza in LA (a couple of locations in the South Bay, I'm not sure where else) but have not eaten there in years.
post #73 of 73
St. Louis - Imo's
San Diego - Bronx Pizza (as close to NY style pizza as it gets on the west coast)

Can anyone recommend good pizza in DC/MD area? I would say that Ledo's is ok but I find it too greasy and sweet for me.
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