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Kansas City’s Grinders Leaves Much To Be Desired

When you think of Kansas City, the first things that come to mind are probably barbecue, baseball, and jazz music. But after booking a recent trip there with a friend of mine, the first thing on my mind was pizza. After some extensive research, there didn’t seem to be an overwhelming “must-visit” spot. But ultimately, I decided to pay a visit to Grinders (417 East 18th Street), which has three locations in Kansas and one in Missouri. If you’re from ...

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A New Meaning For “Bar Pizza” 2 Hours North Of NYC

It’s no secret that some of the best pizza in the world can be found in New York City. But what many people don’t know is that the pizza being made just north of the city should not be overlooked. The Parlor in Dobbs Ferry (9.5 IDOP review) rivals any Neapolitan pizza place in NYC (or the United States, for that matter). And the weekend pizza nights at Table On Ten (8.7 IDOP review) – a roadside restaurant and inn ...

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Impossibles Pizza: Pies From A Van On Oahu’s North Shore

The North Shore of Oahu is known for its surfing and its shrimp trucks, not for its pizza. But as I was driving along Kamehameha Highway – the North Shore’s main roadway – on a recent vacation, I came across a man… in a van… serving pizza. His truck looked like it belonged outside of Woodstock (or maybe Burning Man) with hand scrawled menus and pizza artwork covering every exterior surface. But it was the pizza “flag” that caught my ...

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Pizza In Portugal’s Wine Country At Pizzeria Limonete

“This reminds me of the pizza at Yankee Stadium,” my wife proclaimed, as she took her first bite of pizza at Pizzeria Limonete (R. da Ferreirinha, 5050). “Is that a good thing?” I replied. Located in the town of Peso da Régua — about 90 minutes west of Porto along the banks of the Douro River — Pizzeria Limonete is not exactly a “destination” pizza place. Nobody is going out of their way to try the pies there. But my wife and ...

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LA’s Pizza Pop-Up Makes Some Of America’s Best Pies

Los Angeles is one of my favorite American food cities. And while the city’s pizza options have improved greatly in recent years (Roberta’s even has an outpost there now), it wasn’t until last year that I tried a truly exceptional Los Angeles pizza spot. La Morra Pizzeria is a mobile pop-up vendor, which can frequently be found at local markets and events — and if you’re lucky — in a slightly more permanent state, as part of a residency. When ...

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