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    tolemac5050
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    Columbus Monthly 9-2013 issue, top 25 pizzas.
    1. Harvest Pizza
    2. BONO Pizza
    3. Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza
    4. Yellow Brick
    5. Rubino’s
    6. Bexley Pizza Plus/Gahanna Pizza Plus
    7. Borgata Pizza Bistro
    8. Gatto’s
    9. Pizza House
    10. Mikey’s Late Night Slice
    11.Plank’s Cafe & Pizzeria
    12. Panzera’s
    13. Tristano’s
    14. Element
    15. Meister’s Pizza
    16. Cowtown Pizza
    17. Pizza Cottage
    18. Massey’s
    19. Little Sicily’s
    20. Dante’s Pizza
    21. Hounddog’s
    22. Tommy’s Pizza and Subs
    23. Slice of New York
    24. DiCarlo’s
    25. Adriatico’s

    (Top 25 by Shelley Mann)

    #141186

    geoyui
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    ^ already posted here:

    #141187

    tolemac5050
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    geoyui said:
    ^ already posted here:

    thanks for the heads up..practice typing..lol

    #141188
    Coremodels
    Coremodels
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    chaptal said:

    I see Leonardos opened in the spot they were in on Hague.

    Picked one up for lunch…I’m pretty pleased with my lunch selection :D

    #141189

    chaptal
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    Coremodels said:
    Picked one up for lunch…I’m pretty pleased with my lunch selection :D

    Cool, I’ll be having one soon.

    #141190

    picktown
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    Here’s my top 5 best pizzas in Central Ohio

    1. Enrico’s in Dublin (pepp, mush & sausage)
    2. Eagles Pizza in New Albany (pepp & sausage)
    3. Little Sicily’s in Brice (pepp)
    4. Kingy’s in Canal Winchester (Kingy’s special)
    5. Capuano’s in Pataskala (pepp & onion, thin crust)

    #141191

    DavidF
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    mmmm. Little Sicily’s

    #141192
    Snarf
    Snarf
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    DavidF said:
    mmmm. Little Sicily’s

    Best sausage ever!

    #141193
    Darien D.
    Darien D.
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    picktown said:
    Here’s my top 5 best pizzas in Central Ohio

    1. Enrico’s in Dublin
    2. Eagles Pizza in New Albany
    3. Little Sicily’s in Brice
    4. Kingy’s in Canal Winchester
    5. Capuano’s in Pataskala

    Eagles! Oh boy does that bring back memories. Years ago I lived off of Fancher Rd. and we ordered pizza from Eagles on a regular basis. Gads, I’d forgotten all about that place. They had good subs as well.

    #141194

    picktown
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    Darien D. said:
    Eagles! Oh boy does that bring back memories. Years ago I lived off of Fancher Rd. and we ordered pizza from Eagles on a regular basis. Gads, I’d forgotten all about that place. They had good subs as well.

    We’ve been going to Eagles for over 30 years. I love their pepperoni & sausage pizza!

    #141195
    Porky
    Porky
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    Don’t sleep on Ange’s.

    #141196
    Darien D.
    Darien D.
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    picktown said:
    We’ve been going to Eagles for over 30 years. I love their pepperoni & sausage pizza!

    They definitely have great pizza, I agree. I miss that little place. Usually we got take-out, but we’d sometimes eat in.

    #141197
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
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    finally made it to Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza tonight with my wife and I have to say I was impressed. Really good pizza, and very friendly service. They even had a three floyds beer in the bottled beer selection.

    highly recommend.

    #141198

    CMH Gourmand
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    #630422

    vvk97
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    For me, the best pizza in Columbus is definitely a tie between Harvest Pizza and Yellow Brick.
    Harvest offers unusual combinations of pizza toppings that include corn and peppers as well as the traditional Margherita. Their food leaves me with a fresh taste between the lightness of their dough and delicate sprinkling of parmesan. Not to mention that they have the best blueberry, cherry and apple pies. The dining area may be small, but the charm of German Village cannot be beat. Their outdoor patio is perfect for summer evenings of sipping from ball jars and devouring their Almond Pesto pizza.
    Yellow Brick gives off a whole new vibe of street art and California-inspired pizzas, nestled in the up-and-coming Olde Town East. Local artists’ paintings hang from brick walls as you salivate over their Big O pizza. Yellow Brick boasts some of the strangest, but most delicious combinations of toppings. My personal favorite, the Pico Blvd., has all the ingredients of a California breakfast burrito. This includes thinly sliced potatoes, scrambled egg and drizzles of sour cream and Cholula hot sauce. Don’t judge until you experience its gloriousness.
    Happy eating!

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