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Old 11-02-2015, 08:28 PM
 
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
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Ooh, another good one - at least it was at their short-lived Chapel Hill location. I don't know what happened, but I miss it!
Ha! I agree! The few times we got Camo Bros. it was very good. We obviously have the same (great) taste in pizza!
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Old 11-03-2015, 07:51 AM
 
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Especially a former NYer. But he included Papa John's on his list of "so much good pizza down here" so I'll take his pizza recommendations with a grain of salt.
No, no, no; I wasn't endorsing Papa John's as a preferred pizza option (and definitely not a local one either). My point is that we're a pizza loving family and sometimes even the pedestrian fare will suffice. The best pizza places are both expensive and too far away to deliver and so on a lazy Sunday morning there's a bit of awesomeness being able to order up a stack of pizzas while still in bed and have it delivered before the 1:00 PM games kick-off.

When we lived on Long Island we had four great pizza options, all within delivery distance and would never, ever, never, ever, ever eat at a Papa John's. Actually, the first time I ever ordered a chain pizza was after moving to Raleigh in 2007 and only because it was after traditional restaurant hours.
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Old 11-03-2015, 07:58 AM
 
Location: The Carolinas
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Dante's pizza on Falls of Neuse up North of Raleigh. Try the "mama's" pizza and dine in, as it doesn't travel very well.

Their whole menu is excellent, with daily chef's specials. Nice ambiance, too. Lot of oldies playing soft and low, Dean Martin, Sinatra, etc.
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Old 11-03-2015, 08:34 AM
 
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
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No, no, no; I wasn't endorsing Papa John's as a preferred pizza option (and definitely not a local one either). My point is that we're a pizza loving family and sometimes even the pedestrian fare will suffice. The best pizza places are both expensive and too far away to deliver and so on a lazy Sunday morning there's a bit of awesomeness being able to order up a stack of pizzas while still in bed and have it delivered before the 1:00 PM games kick-off.

When we lived on Long Island we had four great pizza options, all within delivery distance and would never, ever, never, ever, ever eat at a Papa John's. Actually, the first time I ever ordered a chain pizza was after moving to Raleigh in 2007 and only because it was after traditional restaurant hours.
Okay, you've redeemed yourself.
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Old 11-14-2015, 07:13 PM
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DeMo's is my go-to pizza place since I got to Raleigh. I had Trophy recommended to me and enjoyed it, but I love DeMo's. Great pizza, and the delivery guy is fast and friendly. I typically don't like that kind of pizza, Neapolitan is my favorite, but DeMo's really has quality ingredients.
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