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    If you in chicago and want a thin crust with a unique flavor gotta go with Barnaby's or for deep dish pequod's in Morton Grove, IL(burb of chicago).
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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroKoncepts.com View Post
    If you in chicago and want a thin crust with a unique flavor gotta go with Barnaby's or for deep dish pequod's in Morton Grove, IL(burb of chicago).

    Yep!! My girl lives down the street from a Barnabys om nom nom.
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    Chicago deep dish from Mancini's in Oak Park (Chi burb) - IMO cant go wrong with Chicago deep dish.

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    If anyone is in San Diego looking for pizza, look no further than Filippi's Pizza. There are multiple locations and even one up in Napa Valley!!

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    I'll try and hit Bianca in the next couple days and take some pics.

    One of my favorites is Aurelios in Chicago.

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    Regina's in Boston...hands down!

    Every single ingredient on the pie work perfectly together. The crust was crunchy but soft...and you can definitely taste the garlic. I'm going to have to see if I can dig up a photo.

    Reginas > Pizza my heart
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    Pizzeria Mozza in LA is some of the best pizza ever

    Zachary's on college avenue in Berkeley is also ridiculous.

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    Lorenzo's Pizza huge slices reasonable prices and delicious
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    Frank Pepe in New Haven CT is not on the list???? That has been long regarded as some of the best Pizza in the nation!

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    Pepe's and Sally's are like light switches, either on or off. When they're good, they're amazing. But during the dinner rush when they're going for volume, the quality can be hugely inconsistent.

    Modern and Bar are also amazing, and I've found that they deliver a good product regularly and dependably. Have you had Colony yet? The original location is in Stamford but there's one in Fairfield now too.

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