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Discussion in 'RSL NSR' started by SoccerPrime, Nov 12, 2009.
From the chains, Either Pizza Hut or Pappa Murphy's with a slight edge to murphy's.
It was across the street to the north of Hill Top Lanes on Washington Blvd. After it was Grizzly Bear Pizza it became The Shed. I'm not sure if The Shed is there anymore or if that got torn down.
It just got remodeled and re-opened with new owners as the Mt. Ogden Cafe. Hill Top is gone too now, so not a lot going on in that area of town.
I really like this place. I don't like telling people about it thought because I don't want it to get too crowded. If you get lucky, there are some good artists/singers that play there.
NYPD is pretty good. There service can be a little slow though.
The pie is good.
I would really like to debate burgers... not to hijack the thread.
Even though I generally hate pizza...
I have to go with The Factory in Logan. Their nachos are pretty good too.
I've never really liked The Pie much, sorry.
I really like good deep dish, but it's hard to find good deep dish outside of Chicago.
And have to agree, the pizza in Italy sucks. Big letdown. Of course it was better than what Pizza Hut in Zurich, Switzerland offered as their "All-American Pizza" which had broccoli and corn as toppings.
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If any of you are ever in Provo, Nicoitalia is really good....
hey! Stop thread-jacking my thread! Get your own thread!
Make me... oh okay.
I've only been to 1 Pizza Hut out of the country and that was in Paris (my wife is not very adventurous with food and was sick of Parisien food). It was pretty much the same as any Pizza Hut here.
I have also had Pizza Hot in Romania. Not the same. Not very good. When they find out you are American, they ask if you want ketchup on the pizza (tomato sauce).
My friends who have been to Austria and Italy say that American Pizza there has corn on it. Gross!
Haven't tried many non-chain pizza joints here, so I don't have much to compare with. But Big Kahuna's near the ballpark (formerly Franklin Covey Park or something, now Spring Mobile Ballpark???) is good. The Big Kahuna Balls are great - cheesy garlic balls. Pizza is nice and greasy too.
Anyone been to the Firehouse (sp?) in Centerville or Anetta (sp?) in Bountiful?
I've been to the Firehouse up in Logan. If it's the same joint, it's pretty good. Although if you go, get their baked pasta. It's better than the pizza. But make sure you leave room for a fhzzookie. Mmmm, I need to move back to Logan.
Went to Anetta's in West Bountiful on Wednesday night. They are owned by the same family that owns Tony Burgers in Centerville.
Their pizza is NY style that I like (not that I am a NY over Chicago pizza freak mind you). Thin crust can be good. It can also suck major rocks. Sauce was good. I was underwhelmed by their thick cut canadian bacon. My daughter said it look the same as the Egg McMuffin we had for breakfast that day.
But the price was good for our little family. We will go back. Also, there is a Gelatto place next door. Got to try that when it gets warmer.
There is a new pizza place in Jordan Landing (for the life of me I can't remember the name). The pizza is extremely good. It's on the pricey side, though.
P.S. Don't try the "angry" noodles. I love spicy food, and it was so hot I couldn't eat more than a bite. And not really a "good" hot, either. Not alot of flavor.
The best pizza place in Utah used to be out in Magna - The Pizza Stop.
Okay, where is my red-card gun?
My Utah Valley take:
Prove - Brick Oven
Orem - 712 - new, authentic, you-have-to-be-cool-to-know-about-it aura: http://pizzeria712.blogspot.com/
Hey, you can't beat it for the price. If all you want is something that is cheap and says "Pizza" on the box to give to a slew of hungry, screaming rug-rats, then this is the stuff!
Notice the title of this thread is "BEST Pizza in Utah" not most convenient or practical. You guys are sucking the life out of this very popular thread!
Hey, "best" for you might be the "best-tasting", but for others, "best" might mean convenient, pratical or cheap.
As the OP, I meant best-tasting. If I want convient or practical, I'll just go for Degorno's or Red Barrons or some other frozen supermarket crap.
<---Hey look, BigSoccer viral web ads are picking up on our thread and showing us Pappa John's pizza ads. *spit*
The last time I posted in this ancient thread I mentioned Chicago pizza. Sweet Home Chicago in Draper and South Jordan is the only place I've found in Utah with real Chicago deep dish. MMM.
NY style pizza is probably the only thing I like with the name NY in it.
I have to give a shout out to Pier 49. I love their pizza. Donk, I'm going to have to try one those places. I love me some deep dish!