The Best Pizza in the World?
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Two weeks ago I was in my home state of Connecticut hanging out with my dad, friends and family. While there, my dad, my buddy Mike and I went to Pepe’s Pizzeria for the first time since I was a kid. The original is in New Haven but they have since expanded, and there’s now one in Fairfield, Connecticut (238 Commerce Drive; 203-333-7373), just a few blocks off Exit 25 on I-95. If you ever find yourself driving from New York to Boston or vice-versa, I highly recommend you make a pitstop to try what is, in my humble opinion, the best pizza in the world. Although they’re famous for their white clam pizza (I’m not into clams), their margherita is well worth the drive. Here’s the menu.
Have you been to Pepe’s Pizzeria? Is it the best pizza in the world—and if not, what is?
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Like, is it American-style or what? I really like authentic Italian pizza, but I like American if the crust is thick and/or crizpy. So what’s the taste/texture, etc.
http://gordygordyblog.blogspot.com/2015/06/didnt-love-italy.html (I talk about Italy in this post, but my take on Italian pizza is at the bottom)