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Old 10-14-2010, 07:52 PM
 
Location: North Carolina; former New York Stater
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What IS NY-style pizza to most people? The thin, floppy, by-the-piece pizza sold in NYC and NJ?

Or Western or Central NY, where it is thicker with wonderful chewy crusts and baked by real Italian people who own real Italian bakeries?

And heated up? Never! The closest I've come to Western NY pizza in Raleigh is Lily's Pizza. They have the best gluten-free pizza anywhere, too.
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Old 10-14-2010, 08:24 PM
 
Location: NE Raleigh
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What IS NY-style pizza to most people? The thin, floppy, by-the-piece pizza sold in NYC and NJ?

Or Western or Central NY, where it is thicker with wonderful chewy crusts and baked by real Italian people who own real Italian bakeries?

And heated up? Never! The closest I've come to Western NY pizza in Raleigh is Lily's Pizza. They have the best gluten-free pizza anywhere, too.
I concur, Lily's is good, I wish they didn't move from near the Raleigh Grande though. I don't care of a thick pizza, NY Style is the regular unbleached flour mix that's a thin dough patty. Yeah if you can fold it, that's good!!
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Old 10-14-2010, 09:38 PM
 
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After seeing all the post about Fugeddaboutit's pizza we decided to give it a try
tonight. We went to the one on Six Forks Rd in Celebrations Shopping Center.
I was impressed and would definitely favor it over most of what I have had in Raleigh.
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Old 10-15-2010, 09:07 AM
 
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What IS NY-style pizza to most people? The thin, floppy, by-the-piece pizza sold in NYC and NJ?

Or Western or Central NY, where it is thicker with wonderful chewy crusts and baked by real Italian people who own real Italian bakeries?

And heated up? Never! The closest I've come to Western NY pizza in Raleigh is Lily's Pizza. They have the best gluten-free pizza anywhere, too.
LOL @ western/central ny pizza being "NY Style"

you wny'ers just like what you are used to. guess I can't blame ya there. NY Style is not floppy if it's done right. Most WNY pizza I've had(the "good places") are pretty messy floppy also. My fiance eats it with a fork and knife.

I'll stop picking on your wny pizza though, I always enjoy it when I eat it. However, for the record, NY Style sicilian is WHERE IT'S AT!
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