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    I would like to try the Buffalo Chicken pizza...sounds interesting!

    For those who named Dominos and Pizza Hut...where do you think all the recycled cardboard in the world gets used...

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    If ever in Utah, go to Pie Pizzaria next to the University of Utah. Huge slices, tons of ingredients, cold beer. And coeds everywhere.
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    Newark, Ohio: Pizza Cottage, best Pizza in town.

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    Alex's in Rolla, MO is my personal favorite. Wicked Good in Okemo, VT is very, very good too. For a (small) chain, Dewey's is pretty darned good.
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    A good pizza, generic style is the ones that Wal-Mart have in their Deli department, for $7 or $8 you get one huge pizza and it's really not bad, the Pizza is larger than my rack in the oven the price is right and is better than any frozen Pizza you'll buy anywhere. For real Pizza I liked a place we use to have called Shaky's Pizzeria, I remember when I was a kid we would go there and you would get a Styrofoam hat and other goodies, they had a piano player was a fun place and good thin crust Pizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrogdog View Post
    Depends on what kind of pizza you like.

    If you like Italian style, well then, no one does it better than Sorelli's in Woburn, MA. One of the few that still spins his own dough by hand.

    If you like Greek style, Andrea's Pizza. Excellent crust, not too chewy for being the thick stuff.
    Born and raised in Texas doesn't exactly instruct one in the intracacies of pizza.

    What does Italian and Greek style pizza involve?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geerair View Post
    Born and raised in Texas doesn't exactly instruct one in the intracacies of pizza.

    What does Italian and Greek style pizza involve?
    Italian Style = thin crispy crust generally with a thinner more spicy sauce than Greek. Also, Italian features some toppings that are different. It would be unusual to see a Greek shop offer tomato slices as a topping, for example. Italian shops will often sprinkle the top with grated parmesan as well.

    Here in the Northeast, you can detect a Greek place if it's a House of Pizza. Anything that says House of Pizza in the name is Greek. Greek style features a much thicker, softer and chewier crust. Not crispy unless you order it well done. Greeks will also often use a softer pre-roasted green pepper where Italians use fresh which ends up with a crunchier pepper. Tends to be a bit greasy compared to Italian especially with meat toppings.

    Greek dough tends to be too heavy to spin by hand as some Italian shops do. Instead they'll roll it out.

    I like both but slightly prefer Greek style pizza.
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    My wife is from des moines and when we go visit her family I always stop at papa murphys Papa murphys..soooo good.
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    In Cincinnati, Ohio, there's only one place to get the best pizza, no mater how you like the crust....................


    LaRosa's

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrogdog View Post
    Italian Style = thin crispy crust generally with a thinner more spicy sauce than Greek. Also, Italian features some toppings that are different. It would be unusual to see a Greek shop offer tomato slices as a topping, for example. Italian shops will often sprinkle the top with grated parmesan as well.

    Here in the Northeast, you can detect a Greek place if it's a House of Pizza. Anything that says House of Pizza in the name is Greek. Greek style features a much thicker, softer and chewier crust. Not crispy unless you order it well done. Greeks will also often use a softer pre-roasted green pepper where Italians use fresh which ends up with a crunchier pepper. Tends to be a bit greasy compared to Italian especially with meat toppings.

    Greek dough tends to be too heavy to spin by hand as some Italian shops do. Instead they'll roll it out.

    I like both but slightly prefer Greek style pizza.
    Pretty funny and accurate description of types of pizzas.

    Also may I add: If there is a lot of yelling and screaming and it sounds like a murder is about to be committed in the kitchen: then, it is diffinately a Greek "house of Pizza"

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    All pizza joints in NYC spin by hand,maybe the big chains dont .Eating at Domino's here would be like eating at Taco Bell in Mexico All pizza is Italian style,If they are not Italian they try to hide the fact

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