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    Default Best pizza outside of Italy?

    So far I've had a lot but Haus of Pizza in Costa Mesa, CA topps them all.

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    Frankie's Pizza Half Baked... on SW 40th street here in Miami... hole in the wall pizza joint..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Club 411 View Post
    Come to Chicago...
    you cant beat pizza in Chicago, im a deep dish fan!!

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    imo lombardi's NY no competition
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    Quote Originally Posted by PIXXFLIX View Post
    imo lombardi's NY no competition
    damn pixx... u went out of the hood... I'm shocked
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    pizzeria bianco in phoenix is generally acknowledged as the best pizza in the country. it is very thin crust italian-style. my friend went 2 weeks ago and he had to wait for 2 hours to get in.

    pizzeria mozza (la) is the best i've had. excellent thin good-flavored, nicely-charred crust, with a red sauce to die for.

    pizetta 211 (sf) is probably the best in the bay area. very very thin crust, nice simple sparse toppings.

    gialina (sf) is a very close second. crust is a little thicker but the toppings are full of great flavor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Club 411 View Post
    Come to Chicago...
    Although tasty, pizza should be thin crusted, light, and have simple toppings, just like the Italian's did it (because they had no money).

    With that being said, I bet Chicago style with a beer is good while watching Monday Night Football, hu?
    Last edited by M5Kid; 08-14-2008 at 03:21 AM.

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    Mmmmm that looks good PIXX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PIXXFLIX View Post
    imo lombardi's NY no competition
    WORD to that... Or Massa's on Long Island, old world style brik oven...
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