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Old January 27th, 2015, 09:06 PM
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I just had the Lou Malnatis pie. Much better than the Giordano's, It was a combination of a thinner crust and the dough had a buttery flavoring. Click image for larger version

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I just had the Lou Malnatis pie. Much better than the Giordano's, I was a combination of a thinner crust and the dough had a buttery flavoring.
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Old January 27th, 2015, 09:11 PM
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As any New Yorker should feel. However, Chicago pies are very tasty, but you really need to sit down and use a fork and/or knife. One of the beauties of the NY style is the ability to fold and eat on the run. Personally, I like both styles, though I've been leaning more towards the NY style in recent years...
I used to like NY pizza better. Then one day I was introduced to Chicago style and I never looked back.

I understand that a Texan played a role in the invention of the Chicago pizza. Ike Sewell was his name I believe.

NY pizza makes a good snack. Chicago pizza is a meal.
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I used to like NY pizza better. Then one day I was introduced to Chicago style and I never looked back.

I understand that a Texan played a role in the invention of the Chicago pizza. Ike Sewell was his name I believe.

NY pizza makes a good snack. Chicago pizza is a meal.

I think Sewell was one of the founders of Uno's. Chicago style is a meal in a slice...
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Last night in town. Went to Gibson's steakhouse. Fairly good and great service. A little on the pricey side.
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Last night in town. Went to Gibson's steakhouse. Fairly good and great service. A little on the pricey side.
great place. We can agree on that.
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Concur with Portillo's
They opened up a Portillo's right down the highway from me in Scottsdale and one in Tempe. The good news, the freaking rock!
The bad news, they killed my favorite mom and pop Chicago hotdog shop.

Now we need a Lou Malnati's here in Phoenix.
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