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Old 04-10-2012, 02:43 PM   #26
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holy fuck i forgot about supreme pizza

they also have my vote

get the pizzas only thats what their known for
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:56 PM   #27
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Anyone know where I can find some Deep Dish East Coast Style Chicago Pizza?

We are talking about it's litterally 3-4 inches thick and it's like a pizza pie filled with cheese, meet, sauce.

Man I use to eat this when I was out in school in Eastern Canada and it's fucking delicious!!!
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Anyone know where I can find some Deep Dish East Coast Style Chicago Pizza?

We are talking about it's litterally 3-4 inches thick and it's like a pizza pie filled with cheese, meet, sauce.

Man I use to eat this when I was out in school in Eastern Canada and it's fucking delicious!!!
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heard about this place, i assume its the only one in van.
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Slice of Chicago Vancouver | Order Italian Food Delivery Online Now!

heard about this place, i assume its the only one in van.
None of the pictures show anything that's very deep dish.

Damn, just reminded me that TastyGo had a group buy voucher last week for this place that wasn't bad... forgot to buy it. Damn. $14 for a large pizza, pound of wings, and four cans of pop.
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joyce pizza was good when it was only a dollar
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BTW has anyone tried Hell's Kitchen on W 4th? Any good?
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Tried Hell's Kitchen once quite a few years ago. Thought it was a little on the greasy side. Other than that it was alright.
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How's Goldie's Pizza?
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Fire Pizza on Commercial.

Blue cheese and beef.

Amazing.
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Fire Pizza on Commercial.

Blue cheese and beef.

Amazing.
Another vote for Fire Pizza.
Place is legit, don't bother with any other establishment on commercial
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Why the hell did I click into this thread ... now I'm craving pizza...

That being said, I've had Steveston Pizza before and although it's pretty darn good it is a bit pricey ...
The best pizza I've ever had was in Seattle, Serious Pie.

I will make a note to try Supreme Pizza and Fire Pizza

I went to Hell's Kitchen twice, both times service was terribad and the pizza was greasy and overpriced
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Thanks everyone!! Plan to check out Commercial Dr area this weekend!! Going to be doing looots of eating.... )
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D-HUT Pizza .. the go to pizza place in surrey.
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Fire Pizza is about a buck more than the 4 Brother's next door, especially when you are doing 2 slices + pop.

Marchello / Lombardo's (both around the 1st / Commercial area) are sit down and I don't think they do by the slices. They are thin crust more inline with "traditional" Italian pizza.. I prefer the pizza at Lombardo's but the Lasagna and ambience Marchello wins.

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Lol Panago came out with a rediculiously fatty Pizza called the BLT.

Layer of ranch sauce, sprinkled with bacon, put through the oven.

Then another layer of ranch sauce, lettuce, and Tomatoes
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Fire Pizza is about a buck more than the 4 Brother's next door, especially when you are doing 2 slices + pop.

Marchello / Lombardo's (both around the 1st / Commercial area) are sit down and I don't think they do by the slices. They are thin crust more inline with "traditional" Italian pizza.. I prefer the pizza at Lombardo's but the Lasagna and ambience Marchello wins.


Fire pizza is dope for takeout lots of unique specialty pizzas

4 brothers is good too but dont go to the location next door to fires
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Little crappy wings and pizza joint on the corner next to the Canadian Tire on King George; near the Costco. Meat lovers ..... sooooo good
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Joyce pizza is bomb
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brados pizza >> poutine pizza. amazing!!!
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I had Brado's Poutine Pizza ... the first few slices were but then the cheese started to harden and the gravy thickening and it got ... upon reflection I probably wouldn't order it again ... Brado's poutine on the other hand ...
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i had pizza at the yaletown brewery on sunday.
it was $9 for a decent sized pizza (special), and cheap beers.
they use a wood burning oven so the crust comes out pretty good.
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Anyone try Via Tevere yet on Victoria Dr?

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Haven't been here - the video on their website looks awesome though!
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