We Have Sally's and Frank Pepe's here. Where is your best Pizza joint? Which town and who is the best? Wife and I have a great problem between Sally's and Pepe's.
No. Not a chain. But I could feel my arteries clogging.Boriello Brothers right outside USAFA has good NY style pizza - they should since they're from NYC.
Ahhh, Giordano's... I was still a bigger fan of Gino's East, but Giordano's would have given them a run for their money back in the day. Are they a chain now? Seems somewhat sacrilegious to have chain pizza.
I was raised in NJ and second the sentiment above. I have lived in Chicago for 18 years and still can't understand the fascination with deep dish. Gino's, Lou Malnotti's, Connis's or Giordano's.And as a New Yorker I just have to say........Chicagoans tend to have very odd ideas when it comes to what pizza is.
I just saw one of these in Annapolis, near Panera in Festival at Riva shopping center. This location has had a number of failed eateries, and the Chili's inthat center closed last year. DH and I will add it to our date night options soon, and perhaps will add it to Annapolis restaurant thread. I will try not to be prejudiced about crust going in.Over Thanksgiving weekend, our DD introduced us to a new place in Colorado Springs called MOD Pizza. It is similar to a subway sandwich shop in that you select your crust, toppings, sauce, cheeses, etc. and then they bake it for you. It was actually pretty good and allows you to put toppings, you might not otherwise consider, onto your pizza.