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The Five Best Pizzas I Ate In 2020

This was a really rough year. A year that most of us hope we can forget as quickly as possible, once the calendar turns to 2021. In the midst of a pandemic, few things brought me more comfort than a slice of pizza — a coping mechanism that has come in handy before, but never needed as badly as in 2020. Pizza establishments adapted. And even thrived. And while I didn’t review any places I’ve visited since March (all reviews ...

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The 5 Best Pizzas I Ate In 2020

This was a really rough year. A year that most of us hope we can forget as quickly as possible, once the calendar turns to 2021. In the midst of a pandemic, few things brought me more comfort than a slice of pizza — a coping mechanism that has come in handy before, but never needed as badly as in 2020. Pizza establishments adapted. And even thrived. And while I didn’t review any places I’ve visited since March (all reviews ...

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Birmingham’s Post Office Pies: Stamp Of Approval

This past winter, I spent a few days visiting Montgomery and Birmingham, Alabama. While the pizza options in Montgomery left much to be desired (the best options appeared to be Mellow Mushroom and Bib Street Pizza, although I didn’t have a chance to visit either of them), the food scene in Birmingham has more to offer, especially in the up and coming Avondale neighborhood. Nestled between Avondale Brewing Company and Saw’s Soul Kitchen is a happening pizza place called Post ...

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Innovative Pies @ Young Joni In Minneapolis

Last summer, I spent a weekend in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The two main things on my agenda were seeing a Twins game and hitting up the state’s renowned fair. But before I indulged in corn dogs and fried butter on a stick, I made sure to hit up a local pizza place. Much of my research pointed me to Young Joni (165 13th Ave NE), a restaurant in the Northeastern area of the city. My friend and I waited longer for ...

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VPN Approved Pizza In Dallas At Cane Rosso

Although Dallas is one of the most populated US cities, it wasn’t until late last year that I visited there. And while the motto “Everything Is Bigger in Texas” generally holds true, I can’t say it applies to the pizza I had there. Especially at Cane Rosso (2612 Commerce Street), a mini-chain of Neapolitan pizzerias with six locations throughout Texas, two of which are in Dallas. One of the first things that you’ll notice as your approach the restaurant entrance ...

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