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Hanson

Um... how could you leave out Broadway Pizza on Broadway in NE? THe 1919 Rootbeer, the delicious garlic bread chalk full of greezy ooze and cheesy goodness?

And if ur stuck in uptown... Dulonos is tops in the City as far as I'm concerned. TOPS

Alexis

Not a big fan of the pizza at either place (and neither delivers to me, of course) but you should know that Broadway is having a Fat Tire beer tasting tomorrow from 6-8pm.

dreakj

have you tried a pizza oven? they are like $15 but hard to find... (I know my mom found her's at Fleet Farm, and my kitchen is too small for it) but they make a perfect pizza and are fast. its like the perfect toaster oven designed for pizzas.

John

Ever try a pizza stone? I haven't, but I've heard...of them.

reetsyburger

I'd guess it's the oven.
Do you have a convection oven or a convection setting for your oven?

That might make the difference.

Alexis

I've used pizza stones in the past with no differing results, and I actually have a big toaster oven that can fit smaller pizzas. No convection oven here; straight-up ghetto shit where the thermostat is off by 75 degrees (I always have to use an oven thermometer) and one burner of the range has never worked.

Scoot Dignity Dogged

Snap isn't that exciting, but we invented our own great pizza there- The Blue Olive: red sauce, blue cheese, green olives and roasted garlic. Its awesome. Monday nights get 2 for 1, freeze what you don't eat, heat slices up in a frying pan-perfect every time.

Alexis

I'm all about Monday Madness. Your pizza sounds awesome!

jaime OBradovich

god i miss punch pizza

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