3 Twin Cities approaches to pizza

  • Article by: Rick Nelson , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 5, 2013 - 10:07 AM

A look at three very different approaches to pizza, all impressive.

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ddellwoJul. 3, 13 7:13 PM

Dang -- if those slices of "Hello Pizza" pizza taste half as good as they look they should be a homerun!

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vikings1Jul. 3, 13 9:45 PM

Still waiting for a decent deep dish in this town.

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liz1234Jul. 4, 13 5:42 AM

The new pizza joints have good food but they are very over priced can not afford to go

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ginobambinoJul. 4, 13 9:20 AM

vikings1, try Gina Maria's pizza for deep dish!

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movebak2mplsJul. 4, 1311:08 AM

This town excels at Luce style chewy crust pizza. But, our options for a Chicago-style deep dish are limited to none. I would donate a kidney in exchange for an "Art of Pizza" or "Lou Malnati's" to open up in Minneapolis.

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FrankLJul. 4, 1311:39 AM

vikings1, I'm with you, can't seem to find the crisp crust. Eduardo's was good, too bad their gone.

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carlbsJul. 4, 1311:47 AM

If you ever get a chance, try Basil's Pizza Parlor (formerly "Bill's") in Northfield. The crust is truly amazing and the sausage is their own fantastic recipe. I drool thinking about it.

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bjames3Jul. 4, 1311:50 AM

You want good pizza you can go to one of these, you want trophy winning pizza you go to Chicago. Giovanni's, Lou Minellis, or Aurellios.

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MaxpayneJul. 4, 1311:59 AM

So proud of "Pig Ate My Pizza" in Birdtown USA! FYI, please ask for the "Cider HAM Rules" when you go!

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oldvinnieJul. 4, 13 1:41 PM

Is the Broadway Bar pizza still there? It was the best!

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