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  • #16
    Re: brick oven pizza: health violation ?!

    The night I wanted pizza, my concierge mentioned Artichoke. He said that's where "the guys" order from. I think this is a good recommendation.

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    • #17
      Re: brick oven pizza: health violation ?!

      actually I never tried mama Rosa's but once eating a cuban sandwich I looked over at the pizza and thought it looked decent. The sicilian looked really good and I don't usually get that type. This is the place where aunt butchies cupcakes is in

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      • #18
        Re: brick oven pizza: health violation ?!

        The night I wanted pizza, my concierge mentioned Artichoke. He said that's where "the guys" order from. I think this is a good recommendation.
        I should mention that the price of an Artichoke pizza slice is about $4 or $5 but I'm told the slices are pretty big. They only have vegetable pizza though -- like mushroom, artichoke, one other that I can't remember, and oh yeah, crab. No anchovies, no sausage, no pepperoni.



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        • #19
          Re: brick oven pizza: health violation ?!

          yeah, $4 or 5 is kind of expensive. (The night I got the slice at Ray's, with toppings, I thought $4.35 was a lot) That puts it up in kind of a gourmet range, not common everyday street pizza. (Maybe out of the competition then.)

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