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Andrew Erickson

Favorite Pizza place

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This is a little off topic but what is everyones favorite pizza place in the metro area.I personally would have to say my favorite is frankies.

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Fat Lorenzo's in MPLS off of Cedar by Lake Nokomis.

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Fat Lorenzo's is really good. He's not fat for nothing.

However, I'll toss my hat into the ring for Red's Savoy Inn. It's a good greasy pizza joint like fat Lorenzo's. It's on east 7th Street in St. Paul, by Lafayette Park. You can see it from I-94 next to the Holiday gas station.

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I like Red's Savoy too. If you're looking for good, greasey, and cheap (2 for 1 all the time) try the Little Oven. It's a little further east than the Savoy on White Bear and Minnihaha Aves.

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Beeks in St. Louis Park has a good pie and only beat out by Latuffs in Plymouth off of 55. They have the best thin crust ever!

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I don't go north of the river to much for entertainment, only for hunting and fishing then its a drive by so I'll chime in for the south metro. Carbones in Lakeville 160th & cedar.

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Do like Fat Lorenzo's but also like the bacon cheese burger pizza from Park Tavern in SLP and the thin crust pizza from Anginos(sp).

If you ever get outside of the cities, my vote would be for a happy Joes taco pizza.

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There's a Carbone's in Lville???? awesome! Red's Savoy and carbone's get my vote. Red's get the tip of the hat though, they definately use the right amount of cheese, enough to scare my future cardiologist. For toppings I really like canadian bacon and fresh jalepeno's canned are okay, but fresh ones are outstanding

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Lake Harriet pizza is also a very good pie.Along with fireside

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My favorite is the pizza pub pizza in coon rapids. Its like savoys which is my second favorite.

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Tasty Pizza over North East off central and 41st

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1. Red Savoy

2. Village Pizza (North St. Paul)

3. Detello's (Eden Prairie/Chanhassen)

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Ginos east or Lou Malnatis-Chicago

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Another vote here for the Pizza Pub in Coon Rapids. Once you have the special you won't want anyone elses.

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1.) Latuff's off of 55 in plymouth

2.) Pizza Flame hanson in coon rapids..

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Pizza Luce then Davanni's 2nd place

Good topic

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SAVOY pizza and a pitcher for under twenty bucks can't go wrong grin.gif

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Carbones in Lakeville (CR46 & Cedar..about 2 blks west of Cedar). Use to be a 100% pepperoni guy till I had a Carbones sausage pizza. Not to mention a good cold beer or cocktail. They are almost done with the expansion. You will see me just about every other Friday for happy hour. I will have to try the Savoy. I hear too many good things about it not to try it.

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You know, I forgot to mention that Psycho Suzie's in Nordeast has awesome pizzas...the Hemi Cuda is amazing for the arteries. Also, hands down they have the best beer battered cheese curds that I've ever had (and I'm an original cheesehead).

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Maggies in Wayzata is my favorite. They have the best sauce around!!

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Dulono's in mpls is one of my fav's

2nd Psyco Suzies

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1 Reds Savoy

2 Mamas

3 Sarpino's

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Carbones in Lakeville (CR46 & Cedar..about 2 blks west of Cedar). Use to be a 100% pepperoni guy till I had a Carbones sausage pizza. Not to mention a good cold beer or cocktail. They are almost done with the expansion. You will see me just about every other Friday for happy hour. I will have to try the Savoy. I hear too many good things about it not to try it.


Try the super pie if you like banna peppers. Oh ya and that 24oz frosty mug. laugh.gif On sundays I go with the bloody mary, The owners own recipe. wink.gif

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Go to the following link and order the Lou Malnati's sausage pies. They do a nice job of over-nite shipping them on the date that you specify. Malnati's is in a class by itself. A reasonable imitation of Malnati's is Geno's East, which is available frozen at Rainbow food stores.

http://www.tastesofchicago.com/

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Tasty Pizza or Broadway Pizza! Or any pizza made in a brick oven like Champs in Eden Prairie. Yum!

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