this would be much eaiser if you posted pictures of each type of pizza.
Petrillos (San Gabriel)
800 Degrees. I could not agree more. It's become my standard first stop whenever I'm in LA now. They do everything so goddamn right.
I like thin style but to go the other extreme...., Beau Jo's Colorado Pizza is great. Being x skier now, it was the place to go) r*****
If you've never had it, well, you've never had it.
I forgot who it was but a boardie recommended to check out the card magic show "Nothing to Hide" at the Geffen in Westwood last year. After the show my girl and I walked over to 800 degrees and the rest is history.
If you were treating, I could never turn down SCHOOL LUNCH PIZZA
God, I used to beg kids at the lunch table to let me turn the tin foil inside out from their hot lunch pizzas and scrape off their leftovers.
Where is the all of the above choice?
Your friend has never had brocollini. Or never been to Staten Island.
Well, this guy grew up there and actually works for NYPD. He has quite an accent.
I'd like to try Detroit style someday.
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Relevant: 101 Best Pizzas in America 2013
The Cheese Board in Berkeley is good but #19 in the country? What?
Yes, we get it, New York has the best pizza.
EDIT: Also, even though I like this style, naming a white clam pie the best pizza in America is kind of a huge "fuck you" to pizza fans
More like a punch in the dick.Personally, I dont like seafood on pizza unless its a sushi "pizza".
Clam pie is one of the old-school american style pizzas. And fuck is it great. But yeah, I thought it seemed contrarian.
I think clam, shrimp, and anchovies are all great on pies. Sushi sounds like an awful thing to put on pizza. For one thing - toppings should be baked into the cheese, the idea of just putting raw fish on top of a hot pizza sounds gross.
Also, to me it completely destroys the intention and point of eating sushi.
Flour + Water is good, but their staff are assholes.