Let's Talk Pizza!

December 17, 2013
Like thin crust? Here are some suggestions... Allegro at Wynn had great pizza, it was very similar to what I enjoyed in Italy.

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I tried Pop Up, but I didnt get the super crisp crust everyone talks about. I prefer Secret pizza.

Pop Up

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Secret

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Off-strip, I like Custom Built. It's better than Due Forni and a heck of a lot cheaper. Novecento is along the same lines. But Settebello? That's hard to beat.

Custom

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Due Forni

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Novecento

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Settebello

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For Chicago style thin crust check out Windy City Beefs N Pizza on Eastern near 215

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Prefer thick? Try their deep dish.

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Or Rosati's Stuffed (not on the menu but several locations will make it upon request).

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Maybe you're loyal to New York style? Grimaldi's is classic and my choice. But Biaggio's or Cugino's Pizzeria will do.

Grimaldi's

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Biaggio's

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Cugino's

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Want all kinds under one roof, try Pizza Rock.

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Then, there's those to Skip.

Radio City

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Streets of New York

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Slice of Vegas

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And if you're your broke or trying to feed a crowd; there's always Pizza! Pizza! $5 Hot and Ready.

1 comments:

Amy said...

All this pizza makes me hungry :)

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