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Chicago Pan Pizza From A Pop Up Turned Brick & Mortar

When you visit Chicago and think about getting some pizza, the first thing that probably comes to mind is deep dish. There is another popular type of pizza in Chicago known as “tavern style” which is essentially a thin crust bar pie that is traditionally cut into a grid of small squares. But there are other lesser known styles of pizza that are affiliated with the Chicago region too — including pan pies — and during I recent trip there ...

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Pizza With A View In Santorini

I recently returned from a trip to the Greek Islands and had no intention of eating pizza there. However, those plans were foiled one evening on Santorini during a leisurely stroll from the town of Imerovigli to Fira, the island’s capital. About halfway through the 30 minute walk, I came across a sign that lured me in: Volkan Sourdough Pizza. The short description noting their use of “Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil” and “Fresh Basil From Our Little Garden” was ...

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A Brooklyn Pizza Pop Up Rivals The Borough’s Best

Many of the pizza pop-ups that proliferated during the pandemic have gone into hibernation (although some expanded into brick and mortar shops like Brooklyn DOP). But one that is still going strong is La Rose Pizza in Park Slope, Brooklyn — which has been serving up delectable, Instagram-worthy Detroit style pies over the past two years. What’s Unique? Because La Rose is a pop up, details are subject to change without notice. However, typically the menu features seven pies, starting at ...

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Worthwhile Detroit Style Pizza In Poughkeepsie

When you think of Poughkeepsie, New York… what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If you said “Detroit Style Pizza,” I’d say you’re lying. But you could make the cast that Hudson & Packard (29 Academy Street), which opened its doors to the public at the start of the pandemic, should be synonymous with this Hudson Valley city. There is no trendier pizza style right now than pan cooked pies from the Motor City. And while the wave of ...

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A Pizza War In Queens

New York City is no stranger to pizza wars. While we can save the details of every spat for another time (i.e. Grimaldi’s versus Juliana’s, price wars over the $1 slice, and the fight for the use of the Ray’s and Joe’s names), it’s worth noting that battle of epic pizza proportions recently took place in Queens. While the details may evolve over time, here are the basics: It all centered around a man named Andrew Bellucci, who has worked ...

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