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What is the best pizza you have ever had?


Phantom

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I have been watching a lot of Dave Portnoy's, the Barstool guy's, pizza reviews, and I have visited some of the pizza places he mentioned. While I agree with some, I think he is totally off on others. I guess it's more subjective than objective.

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Full Moon Arthur Ave for the best regular pizzeria slice.

Zero Otto Nova for thinner, wood fired 

L&B Spomoni Gardens Brooklyn for "squares"

Broadway Joes Riverdale (but must be bought by the slice and reheated)

Dominoes bacon best "fast food/chain" pizza late night!

Ellios best frozen for nostalgia 

And no pizza can be purchased in Florida or Massachusetts (although we did get a Frank Pepe's (now a chain with all their satellite location) that was passable.

We like pizza!

  

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Been all over this country and there's no pizza like NY pizza . here in the burbs were blessed with Italian mom and pop shops ,great well h2o, and  the best dough. at least 8 pizza places in my town alone and my favorite Maris's less than a mile away.

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For chain pizza, I like Blaze and Pizza Hut the best, followed by Domino's. Then, pretty much every pizzeria I've eaten at in New York City is better than all the pizza I've had in every other state in the country. In Florida, I mostly stick to Blaze; everything else there is really bad. Most of the places that I found to be pretty good are owned by guys originally from New York. All the ones down there owned by the locals, for whatever reason, I didn't like.

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To your point, this is all based on preference. I prefer a thicker crust, while my wife prefers sauce and cheese on a cracker thin crust. I prefer meats or a good buffalo chicken, while my wife prefers the caprese style with tomato and mozzarella wheels and basil leaves. The Rochester area seems fortunate to have some pretty good local chains that make a good pizza.

Pontillo's, Mark's, Perri's, Salvatore's are all pretty good pizza. Pizza hut isn't bad for fast food pizza and the kids love it.

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12 minutes ago, Bolt Action said:

To your point, this is all based on preference. I prefer a thicker crust, while my wife prefers sauce and cheese on a cracker thin crust. I prefer meats or a good buffalo chicken, while my wife prefers the caprese style with tomato and mozzarella wheels and basil leaves. The Rochester area seems fortunate to have some pretty good local chains that make a good pizza.

Pontillo's, Mark's, Perri's, Salvatore's are all pretty good pizza. Pizza hut isn't bad for fast food pizza and the kids love it.

I am a carnivore when it comes to pizza—I love it loaded with meat. Adding some mushrooms and other veggies only makes it better. 

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5 hours ago, Phantom said:

For chain pizza, I like Blaze and Pizza Hut the best, followed by Domino's. Then, pretty much every pizzeria I've eaten at in New York City is better than all the pizza I've had in every other state in the country. In Florida, I mostly stick to Blaze; everything else there is really bad. Most of the places that I found to be pretty good are owned by guys originally from New York. All the ones down there owned by the locals, for whatever reason, I didn't like.

Domino's?! 

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