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I've had neither, but I'll go with your assessment.Have a terrific day. ☺
I will never know because I won't visit that cesspool for a pizza.
I agree. Chicago is a great eating city along with San Francisco and New Orleans, but their thick crust pizza doesn't stand up to NY style, which is closer to Italian.
My vote will be for the local gluten free vegan version, but i'm weird.
Thin and crispy crust topped with grease, pepperonis, cheese, grd beef, sausage, 'shrooms, onions and banana peppers. Watch the elbows.
Cube - When you are talking about the best pizza - we have the best pizza here.I can't imagine having any better pizza than what we get here. I guess it depends on your taste.
Sandee: Don't go by me. It's all about what you prefer to eat. You can have Chicago and New York style pizza anywhere you live. Chicago is more of a thick, pan pizza, while NY style is a thin, but soft, hand-tossed crust that you can fold in half and walk off with it. I'm not a pizza snob, but I wouldn't give Shitcago the honor of being pizza king.
Woodsterman (Odie): I'm with you about never going to Shitcago, but you can have Chicago style and New York style pizza anywhere. It's all about your preference.
LL: Absolutely. I'm not a pizza purist because I'll eat them all. My preference is New York style pizza.
Messymimi: It's not weird. It's your personal preference. Thankfully, I don't have to worry about the crust being gluten-free, but I do love veggies on my pizza.
DaBlade: I've never had ground beef on a pizza before, but the rest sounds delicious. "Pepperoni and then run it through the garden." Sounds like dinner to me.
Sue Hanes: Of course it's all about preference. I'm curious now about the pizza where you live. What makes it so good? Is it the crust, or the toppings?
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