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  • #21 by lilpiz01 on 07 Apr 2006
  • I'm Sorry! Iacano's Pizza is in Columbus Ohio. Mine will be in Lake Seminole, Ga.
  • #22 by macignition on 11 May 2006
  • There is this new place in Kent, WA that is called Pizzeria Fondi.  It is a new concept from RUI.  This is the group that owns Kincaids, Palomino, etc......  This is the best pizza in the country especially if you like neapolitan pie.  They are planning to open more pizzerias soon.  They were written up in  the wall street journal as being the hot spot for pizza in Seattle and also in Restaurant National News.  I have eaten at Totonnos, Lombardis, Biancos, and this is the best so far.  Check it out for yourself and FONDI.com
  • #23 by sconder on 12 May 2006
  • Impellizeri's Pizza in Louisville, KY.
  • #24 by SteveVit on 25 Aug 2006
  • Top Road Tavern in Trenton, NJ

    Palermo's in Bordentown, NJ
  • #25 by Barry on 26 Aug 2006
  • Hi Everyone,

    "Lapa Fo" in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    Kind regards, Barry
  • #26 by TONY on 26 Aug 2006
  • Vincen'ts pizza in Pittsburgh, Pa..............is the best pizza in the world!!!
  • #27 by Kidder on 08 Sep 2006
  • Flying Pizza in/around Dayton, OH.  Second...Best Italian Pizzaria in Gatlinburg.
  • #28 by jhadhar65 on 31 Jan 2007
  • Here's a couple:

    Pappa's Pizza:  Various locations in FL and possibly elsewhere.  I've been multiple times to two places in Gulf Breeze (Pensacola).

    Larry's Pizza:  A few places around Central Arkansas.

    My all-time favorite is (was) 70's-era Shakey's Pizza Parlor.  I've been working on that recipe for years and I'll post it on that thread soon.  My sauce is pretty close, but the crust is off and on.  I can't find a point of consistency with it.  The sauce is about the aging.
  • #29 by Aaron on 01 Feb 2007
  • Kidder have you tried Santapiros in Dayton,had some last year on a stop over,and it was not to bad.
    Aaron
  • #30 by pizzaisgood on 03 Feb 2007
  • Donna D's Pizza, Ashland, Ohio

    Primanti Bros pizza, Pittsburgh, Pa
  • #31 by jonfoxx on 03 Feb 2007
  • I've just recenty discovered this jem....

    Just 15 mins from Philly or 10 mins from exit 3 of the NJ Turnpike.

    Alfred's Tomato Pie, Blackhorse Pike, Blackwood, NJ.

    The best tasting pizza that I've ever experienced.  If I ever made a pizza
    at home this good, I'd stop experimenting immediately and forever eat this one pizza
    for the rest of my life.  It's that good!

    JP
  • #32 by lwc1952 on 03 Feb 2007
  • What kind is it?
  • #33 by jonfoxx on 03 Feb 2007
  • Alfred's offers just 2 kinds of pizza.  Red or White.  The "original" is the red with a little cheese and if you want other toppings, there are a few to choose from.  Same goes for the white, but a real treat is the White Clam.  That is really something special!  There is nothing else on the menu, just the pizza.  They are huge too!  17 inch pies!  His pies have the best tasting sauce that I've ever tasted, just amazing.  The only strange part of the whole deal is that he doesn't have a wood or coal oven... I would have never thought that something that good could be made with anything but wood or coal, but.... I stand corrected!

    JP
  • #34 by OahuAmateurChef on 04 Feb 2007
  • Little Vincent's in Huntington Village, NY gets my vote for best pizza on Long Island this year.

    Not that I tried anywhere close to every place, but their pizza is amazing. They somehow put breadcrumbs into the crust in a way that you taste this crunchy, kind of seedy texture in the crust. I can't figure out how they do it.
  • #35 by pizza king on 07 Mar 2007
  • Little Vincent's in Huntington Village, NY gets my vote for best pizza on Long Island this year.

    Not that I tried anywhere close to every place, but their pizza is amazing. They somehow put breadcrumbs into the crust in a way that you taste this crunchy, kind of seedy texture in the crust. I can't figure out how they do it.

    Really its better than Colosseo Pizza & Restaurant in Port Jefferson Station, NY? they were the best I found on LI..I never tried little vincent's
  • #36 by New Restaurant on 06 Nov 2018
  • Here's a couple:

    Pappa's Pizza:  Various locations in FL and possibly elsewhere.  I've been multiple times to two places in Gulf Breeze (Pensacola).

    Larry's Pizza:  A few places around Central Arkansas.

    My all-time favorite is (was) 70's-era Shakey's Pizza Parlor.  I've been working on that recipe for years and I'll post it on that thread soon.  My sauce is pretty close, but the crust is off and on.  I can't find a point of consistency with it.  The sauce is about the aging.

    Yes Shakey's!  Growing up in South Florida, Shakey's was everywhere and if I remember--it was 'off the hook' for those days, back in the late 60's and the entire 70's. 
  • #37 by hotsawce on 07 Nov 2018
  • Lorenzo's in Oberlin, Ohio.

    I haven't had a pizza like it on the East Coast. I crave it  :drool:
  • #38 by vtsteve on 07 Nov 2018
  • Lorenzo's in Oberlin, Ohio.

    I haven't had a pizza like it on the East Coast. I crave it  :drool:

    I was in Oberlin a couple years ago when my daughter was applying; I hadn't yet made the connection to Larry, so we had Chinese.  :(


    He should change the name to "Lorenzo's, by thezaman from pizzamaking.com" !!!   :-D
  • #39 by invertedisdead on 07 Nov 2018
  • Lorenzo's in Oberlin, Ohio.

    I haven't had a pizza like it on the East Coast. I crave it  :drool:

    Would have never pegged Larry as a cooked sauce guy. Would love to hear more about that.
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