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PostMon Apr 29, 2019 10:36 pm 
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Gotta show Rico's some love! I've thrown down big there many times!! They're offerin' serious pies.

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PostTue Apr 30, 2019 8:06 am 
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From a post-hiking perspective, I'm partial to "Pie for the People" (in Lee's grocery) up at Snoq pass.  I'll often times order one while enjoying a cold one at Dru Bru or Commonwealth.  They'll even deliver to Dru Bru if you want pizza with your beer.

If coming back from the Mountain Loop or north, I like Brooklyn Brothers in Everett.
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PostTue Apr 30, 2019 9:06 am 
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Pepe’s in New Haven

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PostTue Apr 30, 2019 10:45 am 
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Malachai Constant wrote:
Pepe’s in New Haven

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Was there last summer, my brother has "connections", so we didn't have to wait an hour to get a table.  He also took me to an Italian bakery in Bridgeport - cannoli  heaven!  Then we spent the rest of the day in a Portuguese bar tossing back beers and watching soccer with his crew.  I like the way the communities back there keep their cultural identity...they didn't just blend in and disappear into the sea of assimilation.

I can't really tolerate bad west coast pizza, too much sponge dough and heaping piles of half cooked mushrooms - Northlake Tavern style -  hurl.gif

More isn't always better, sometimes its just more...like with giardia.

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PostTue Apr 30, 2019 12:03 pm 
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coldrain108 wrote:
too much sponge dough and heaping piles of half cooked mushrooms - Northlake Tavern style

i work very close to there. dining there for lunch is sure to kill your afternoon.

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PostWed Jun 19, 2019 10:24 am 
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Times 10 in the Northwest.  On the East coast, Pepe's in Rhode Island!

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Omega pizza in Granite Falls, best pizza I have ever had, all home made and their salads and Calzones are awesome too! In addition, they have very attractive waitresses.  cool.gif

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Technically, it's not considered "pizza" by some (specifically John Stewart)  But Chicago Deep Dish Pizza from UNOs is quite tasty.   Don't be fooled by any Seattle joint that claims to make Chicago style deep dish pizza -- it's not the same -- there is a freshness to the sauce used in Chicago that I haven't experienced anywhere else.

I like the pizza from a hole in the wall place a block and a half from my son's apartment in Harlem -- by NYC standards it is average -- $5.00 for two slices and a coke  -- $10 for a 12 inch cheese pie.   

Hard to get excited about Seattle's pizza offerings now.

Worse pizza I've ever had was from a place in Bilbao, Spain -- Totino's brand frozen pizza made in a toaster oven would have been better.
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