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OT: Best Pizza in CT

ClifSpliffy

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closing? i wonder why. let's take a peek at some of their offerings.
Moink
BBQ Bacon | Meatballs | Cheddar | Mozzarella | BBQ sauce
gross.
Smoked Wing
Mozzarella | Dark Meat Buffalo Sauce | Crispy Skin | Gorgonzola
grosser.
Bittersweet
Onion Puree | Fontina | Bacon | Pears | Truffle oil
grossest.
Cruben
Beef Cheek Pastrami | Cheddar | Raclette Spicy Mustard | Pickled Onion
beyond gross.
Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza
Garlic, mozzarella, pulled chicken, bacon, jalapenos, ranch.
no.
CrunchPie Supreme
oil base, pizza cheese, beef or chicken, cheddar, taco seasoning, topped with shredded lettuce, tomato, sour cream, chipotle ranch, crushed doritos.
as a member in good standing of the dorito mafia, i'll be meeting with
Don('t) do-it, in a public park, to see if a hit is in order, or at least a friendly call to the local dorito distributer informing them to mend their ways. oh, wait! they're closing......

never mind.
 
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Frank Pepe Pizzeria is coming to Northern Virginia


-> Coal-fired pizza restaurant Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana plans to open a new outpost in Alexandria as it seeks to expand its footprint in Greater Washington.

An affiliate of the Connecticut-based company signed a lease Sept. 20 for about 3,600 square feet at Alexandria Commons, where it will fill a void created when Baja Fresh closed its location at 3231 Duke St. It's not the first Connecticut-based pizza shop to set its sights on the D.C. region — Fairfield, Connecticut's Colony Grill opened in Clarendon last year — but Pepe's generated plenty of buzz when it announced plans in late 2019 for its first area location in Bethesda. That location is slated to open this winter after delays tied to the Covid-19 pandemic. <<-
 

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That Baja Fresh was a staple lunch stop when I worked down there. Location is the corner of a higher-end strip mall though, so lines out the door might be a bit problematic for other tenants. But hey, a Pepe's and a Colony... I should get another gig down there!
 

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I hit the Bronx last Wednesday for the highly toughted Louie and Ernies. Its a CT 5. Dont bother
 

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Get ready for mayhem on lower Summer Street for at least two weeks, starting tomorrow….

You can get around the paywall by taking a quick full screen screenshot immediately after the page loads (at least in Firefox). But you cant copy or download it, just read on your monitor (or phone)
 
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Frank Pepe Pizzeria is coming to Northern Virginia


-> Coal-fired pizza restaurant Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana plans to open a new outpost in Alexandria as it seeks to expand its footprint in Greater Washington.

An affiliate of the Connecticut-based company signed a lease Sept. 20 for about 3,600 square feet at Alexandria Commons, where it will fill a void created when Baja Fresh closed its location at 3231 Duke St. It's not the first Connecticut-based pizza shop to set its sights on the D.C. region — Fairfield, Connecticut's Colony Grill opened in Clarendon last year — but Pepe's generated plenty of buzz when it announced plans in late 2019 for its first area location in Bethesda. That location is slated to open this winter after delays tied to the Covid-19 pandemic. <<-
 
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Frank Pepe Pizzeria is coming to Northern Virginia


-> Coal-fired pizza restaurant Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana plans to open a new outpost in Alexandria as it seeks to expand its footprint in Greater Washington.

An affiliate of the Connecticut-based company signed a lease Sept. 20 for about 3,600 square feet at Alexandria Commons, where it will fill a void created when Baja Fresh closed its location at 3231 Duke St. It's not the first Connecticut-based pizza shop to set its sights on the D.C. region — Fairfield, Connecticut's Colony Grill opened in Clarendon last year — but Pepe's generated plenty of buzz when it announced plans in late 2019 for its first area location in Bethesda. That location is slated to open this winter after delays tied to the Covid-19 pandemic. <<-
Colony lasted a few weeks in Avon. That pizza is disgusting. Thirty five minutes to make a pizza is also unacceptable.
 
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Had a small pizza contest with my family last night. Got the Ooni to 895 degrees.

My entry was a shrimp boil pizza. Did a small boil in the afternoon w shrimp, andouille, potatos and corn with garlic and old bay. Made a pizza with a garlic, Mayo, Dijon, butter base and put the rest of the ingredients on top with a layer of fontina. Pretty friggin good and unique.
 

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Had a small pizza contest with my family last night. Got the Ooni to 895 degrees.

My entry was a shrimp boil pizza. Did a small boil in the afternoon w shrimp, andouille, potatos and corn with garlic and old bay. Made a pizza with a garlic, Mayo, Dijon, butter base and put the rest of the ingredients on top with a layer of fontina. Pretty friggin good and unique.
If you had won the contest, wouldn't that be the lede?
 
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Places like Ernie's and Fuoco have been getting rave reviews online. I've been to both and didn't think either was top tier. Both are certainly decent, but not elite. Is the average person that easily impressed?
 
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Tried Frisco's last week after watching The Gavones review. Those guys are not very good judges of pizza imo .Pass unless you're in the mood for average to below
 
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Tried Frisco's last week after watching The Gavones review. Those guys are not very good judges of pizza imo .Pass unless you're in the mood for average to below
The Gavones are cheerleaders, that's their schtick. Everywhere they go is "great". When Frank recently posted that Fuoco is Top 5, I was stunned. He knows better than that.
 

ColchVEGAS

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Had a small pizza contest with my family last night. Got the Ooni to 895 degrees.

My entry was a shrimp boil pizza. Did a small boil in the afternoon w shrimp, andouille, potatos and corn with garlic and old bay. Made a pizza with a garlic, Mayo, Dijon, butter base and put the rest of the ingredients on top with a layer of fontina. Pretty friggin good and unique.

Are you using pellets? The only issue I have with the Ooni is the pellet hopper is so small it needs to stoked very often when doing multiple pizzas. Any tricks you use? I have pretty much reverted to just using hardwood lump charcoal.
 

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Tried Frisco's last week after watching The Gavones review. Those guys are not very good judges of pizza imo .Pass unless you're in the mood for average to below

The Gavones are cheerleaders, that's their schtick. Everywhere they go is "great". When Frank recently posted that Fuoco is Top 5, I was stunned. He knows better than that.
That's too bad, because their praise for Grand Apizza in Madison is well-deserved imo.
 
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That's too bad, because their praise for Grand Apizza in Madison is well-deserved imo.
I've only had Grand in Madison once and it was with Frank. I think he would rate it slightly higher than I would, but it was really good, certainly better than Fuoco IMO. Bufalina is much better than Fuoco or Ernie's IMO, and I doubt the Gavones have ever been there. That's part of what makes his "Top 5" comment hard to take seriously.
 
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