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Best Pizza in Columbus?

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    buckette13
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    Some people are lost causes. I have brought my brother Bono on numerous occasions and he still says he prefers the Sam’s Club pizza. ;(

    #141126
    derm
    derm
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    On that note I will say Aldi’s sells an 18″ pizza that you have to take home and cook and eat as it does not fit in any of my freezers or fridges. 4.99. Easy to gussy up.

    #141127

    buckette13
    Member

    Mama Cozzi! i have to admit having my share when I lived in the Hilltop. :)

    #141128

    joev
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    Twixlen said:
    I don’t understand why Serafino’s never makes these lists. I think they have one of the best NY-style slices in town. Way tastier than most of the bottom 10 on that list.

    Maybe because New York style pizza is gross? Just a thought.

    #141129
    Jimmy Mak
    Jimmy Mak
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    Glad to see DiCarlo’s made the list (although should be moved up about 10 in my opinion)

    #141130

    TheRocket
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    Harvest is our fave. Ordered the Geary Street and a Butterscotch Budino to go a couple weekends ago and could not stop smiling about how great it is to have this level of creativity and flavor right down the street. The crust is amazing — if chewy with a little char in the crisp parts is your style.

    I agree with Twixlen on Serafino’s — great choice if you’re feeling a little New York.

    Woody Allen: “Pizza is a lot like sex. When it’s good, it’s really good. When it’s bad, it’s still pretty good.”

    #141131

    wpcc88
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    jmak said:
    Glad to see DiCarlo’s made the list (although should be moved up about 10 in my opinion)

    best kept secret of pizza.. Elm Grove DiCarlos in Wheeling, WV.. it will change your life

    #141132

    Twixlen
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    joev said:
    Maybe because New York style pizza is gross? Just a thought.

    Only if you’re totally weird and un’Merican.

    #141133

    joev
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    Twixlen said:
    Only if you’re totally weird and un’Merican.

    Greasy, floppy pizza? NO THANK YOU MA’AM.

    #141134
    Coremodels
    Coremodels
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    joev said:
    Greasy

    While I don’t think greasy should ever make a “best of” list, don’t underestimate its power. There was a time I’d have dreams about the little pools of grease trapped in the curved pepperonis on a Tommy’s pizza.

    #141135

    geoyui
    Participant

    I haven’t had a take and bake pie in a while, but Mama Mimi’s was one of my favorites. I do miss Clever Crow …

    #141136
    Coremodels
    Coremodels
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    geoyui said:
    I haven’t had a take and bake pie in a while

    I never got take and bake. If I’m going to leave the house to buy a pizza, I’m not going to come home and finish the restaurant’s job for them.

    #141137

    geoyui
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    Coremodels said:
    I never got take and bake. If I’m going to leave the house to buy a pizza, I’m not going to come home and finish the restaurant’s job for them.

    agree there’s a little more work (which explains why I hadn’t bought one in awhile), but their pizza just tasted so good right out of the oven. And they don’t skimp on the toppings.

    #141138

    billbix
    Member

    I always thought there was something to the pizza ovens that I couldn’t replicate at home. That said, Bono is probably #2 due to the quirkiness of the place and coolness of the wood fired oven.

    #141139

    dlm
    Participant

    Planks on Parsons
    Mikeys
    Sarefinos

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