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Old 08-21-2006, 02:40 PM   #41
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I could think of about a million better ways to spend $5 than at Little Ceasars lol. For instance, most mom and pop pizza places around here sell a small pizza for less than $5. I would much rather have a good pizza like that then fast food pizza like Little Ceasars.
Hey!!

You're talking about a beloved former employer, former sponsor of MANY of my brother's hockey teams, and the means by which the Red Wings (NHL) and Detroit Tigers came to be owned by a family that has done more to help the city of Detroit than nearly any other. (Oh they own a casino in town, too...) So stop picking on them!

(However, feel free to bash away at Dominos!! )

All that being said, we get our pizza from Angelos, or from another little independant place here in town. Seriously though, pick ONE favorite pizza place?? That's like asking me to pick one favorite BEER!!!!

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Old 08-21-2006, 02:41 PM   #42
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Pizza Hut is my fave place, always has been, I just like their pizza...
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Old 08-21-2006, 02:45 PM   #43
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Did I strike a nerve John
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June, not sure when the last time you went to Santarpio's was, but unfortunately (IMO) their pizza has gone WAY downhill. The crust is so soggy now. I don't know what they are doing different, but it is really not good.

Before their crust started to get soggy I would have had them on my favorites list as well. Well at least their lamb and sausage is still great.
That really makes me sad! I haven't been there in a long time, as I haven't lived in Boston for 12 years, and when I get up there, Eastie is not a likely destination! Every time I've had pizza in NYC or Jersey City, I've been mentally going back to Santarpio's because nothing here is anywhere as good as the pizza I remember. Sorry to hear they've let the starch out of their stuff! Last time I had pizza in Boston, it was Bertucci's.... not bad for a "chain," albeit a small one.
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Old 08-21-2006, 03:00 PM   #45
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Did I strike a nerve John
Nope, not at all!

I'm off to get get some crazy bread!

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Old 08-21-2006, 03:05 PM   #46
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That really makes me sad!
Yeah it really is unfortunate. My wife had never been and I had talked about it so much so when we were coming back from FL one year we went there after getting out of Logan. Well maybe they will realize what they are doing wrong and correct it. Of course I will not be the one to tell them as I don't want to get boxed in the mouth
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Nope, not at all!

I'm off to get get some crazy bread!

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Old 08-21-2006, 04:38 PM   #48
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We go to **** in NZ
https://www.****.co.nz/index.jsp?city=Auckland
Check out the menu, its awsum.
They are expanding into UK using real NZ ingrediants.
Heres our usual order, mine the "Creator, the wifes"Gluttony"
As AC/DC once sang "**** aint a bad place to be"
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Old 08-21-2006, 04:45 PM   #49
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My favorite is from a place where I haven't even had pizza yet. That sounds wierd, but I had stromboli and a sub there and both were excellent. Everyone and their brother raves about the pizza. When I was picking up the stromboli someone told the manager that the pizza was the best she had ever had. It's called Anna's Italian Kitchen, and it's in Hampton, VA.
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