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Best Pizza in Columbus?

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  • #140960

    No food is worth being disrespected for and that includes even the best restaurants in the world.

    Even so, Flying Pizza is not that superior to others in Columbus as to not be easily substitutible.

    My vote is for Rubino’s.

    A.

    #140961

    EatDrinkColumbus
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    i tried rubino’s for the first time two weeks ago. what’s up with the paper bag??? allows for the pizza to get cold quickly.

    pizza was pretty good, very thin crusted. spaghetti was typically boring.

    #140962

    Andrew Hall wrote No food is worth being disrespected for and that includes even the best restaurants in the world.

    To clarify, I’m definitely not advocating being disrespected in any frame of reference, let alone at a restaurant, where service should be as valuable as the quality of food. Simply a metaphor to explain how good Flying Pizza actually is, and putting up with their weird hours, and possibility of disrespect.

    Has anyone mentioned Tommy’s yet, had it again last week, yum!

    #140963
    Coremodels
    Coremodels
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    I actually really love Easy Street’s pizza, with Planks on Parsons a close second.

    #140964

    swan
    Participant

    flying pizza is average at best… on a good day.

    my vote is for the rossi or adriaticos.

    #140965

    Roland
    Participant

    Enrico’s on Frantz Rd in Dublin.

    Great family operated pizza joint….

    #140966

    Mercurius
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    My vote goes to The Rossi or Zamarelli’s Pizza Palace in Grove City.

    #140967

    kgibson07
    Member

    kings!

    yum…

    #140968

    Paul
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    Best pizza overall: Rofinis in Westerville

    Best carry-out only: Rofinis

    Runner-up: Rotolos

    Best dine-in (tie): Eagles in New Albany / Planks on High St

    Runner-up: Enricos in Dublin

    Best by-the-slice: Flying Pizza

    Runner-up: Pizza Napolitana

    Best deep dish: Fabians

    Runner-up: Wholly Joes is a distant second

    Best Ohio Valley style: Dicarlos in Hilliard

    Runner Up: The place formerly known as the Original Steubenville Pizza Company

    Best New York/Hand-tossed Pizza: The Rossi

    Most disparity between quality of pizza and quality of service: Hounddogs

    Most overrated: Adriaticos

    #140969

    EatDrinkColumbus wrote i tried rubino’s for the first time two weeks ago. what’s up with the paper bag??? allows for the pizza to get cold .

    Never got it to go. Whenever you eat pizza not at the place, all bets are off. Whenever pizza is discussed, there should be two categories – in-house and off-premise.

    Flying Pizza (on campus) is better when getting a slice. It was – and may still be – the only place on campus to get a slice. Crisping up the crust in the oven improves it, though their use of the cheapest ingredients (told to me by an employee years ago) brings it down.

    Adriatico’s just offends me for calling itself ‘New York’ style. Haven’t had it in a long time, but it certainly wasn’t memorable either way.

    A.

    #140970
    vestanpance
    vestanpance
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    Andrew Hall wrote

    Flying Pizza (on campus) is better when getting a slice. It was – and may still be – the only place on campus to get a slice. Crisping up the crust in the oven improves it, though their use of the cheapest ingredients (told to me by an employee years ago) brings it down.

    you can get slices at cat fish biffs, but that might be even cheaper ingredients

    #140971

    I would have added Pizza Plus in Gahanna had I only gotten it once. The first time it was outstanding, easily best in Columbus by a mile. Subsequent visits were anywhere between OK-but-not-worth-the-trip to downright bad.

    A.

    #140972

    Paul wrote Best Ohio Valley style: Dicarlos in Hilliard[/size]

    Runner Up: The place formerly known as the Original Steubenville Pizza Company

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    Bloody flatlanders! Anywhere else, this is know as “Pittsburgh style”.” :lol:

    When OSPC (Fromaggio now, I think) opened, I was all excited to have Pittsburgh-style for the first time in years. Then I got it and realized why I never bothered even when in ‘burgh.

    A.

    #140973

    Paul
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    Andrew Hall wrote Bloody flatlanders! Anywhere else, this is know as “Pittsburgh style”.” :lol:

    When OSPC (Fromaggio now, I think) opened, I was all excited to have Pittsburgh-style for the first time in years. Then I got it and realized why I never bothered even when in ‘burgh.

    A.

    I’ve been to Pittsburgh. I have friends in Pittsburgh. And that pizza, sir, is not Pittsburgh-style. As far as I know, it originated in the Ohio Valley, specifically the Wheeling/Steubenville area. And has since spread out some through Ohio. Everyone refers to it as “Valley-style.”

    I will tell you what, though. I had Frank’s Pizza in Ambridge and it just knocked my socks off. But that is a traditional-style pizza.

    #140974

    scottlitch
    Participant

    Rossi

    Adriatico’s

    Hound Dogs

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