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Talking about pizza is one of my favorite things.

 

My motto is: pizza may not be good for your heart but it's good for your soul.

 

That being said My short list of favorite places is Luigi's or Regina's in Akron. Uptown or The Elmton in Youngstown.

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Hot Sauce Williams is the only place you need to go.

Bada Bing......unless you also want to go out to Shaker Blvd. and go to Smokey Pig. Though it was over 30 years ago since I went there, so it may no longer exist.

 

Staying downtown does limit you a bit. A nice homey place...also near Shaker Square is the Academy Tavern.

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Bada Bing......unless you also want to go out to Shaker Blvd. and go to Smokey Pig. Though it was over 30 years ago since I went there, so it may no longer exist.

 

Staying downtown does limit you a bit. A nice homey place...also near Shaker Square is the Academy Tavern.

Been there nice place. Even the cops hang out there for lunch.

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That hotsauce place show sports?

 

It's a dive and I don't even think they serve booze.

 

It's just great for hangovers and you have to do it once.

 

I wouldn't watch a football game there

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That hotsauce place show sports?

No, but you can't go to a sports bar for every single meal.

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No, but you can't go to a sports bar for every single meal.

 

Ha true enough but I arrive late afternoon Saturday and have the Browns Sunday. No time for high class establisments...

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then go to West 25th Street. The Great Lakes Brewing Company is there and at least three or four other bars that specialize in micro brews and good food. All within walking distance of the Great Lakes Brewing Company. Seriously worth the trip.

WSS

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I scanned the thread and didn't see any mention of the Italian district? What do you call it? That was recommended to us when we visited a couple years back (actually scheduled an extended family weekend to see the Christmas Story house) and we were pretty impressed. Don't recall the name of the place, might know it if l heard it, but it was damn good and the sights and smells along that strip were a cool experience.

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No and it's in the ghetto unless there's another one I'm not familiar with

 

in the ghetto and a dive?

 

i'm all in.

 

i can hang with anyone. nothing like a big bald white dude throwing a nickel in the juke playing some curtis mayfield.

 

all blend into one in the end.

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walter: you missed your calling. you should be a food critic.

 

i would definitely look at this stuff as a consumer and decide to go there or not.

 

what else you got pics of? (scary?)

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walter: you missed your calling. you should be a food critic.

 

i would definitely look at this stuff as a consumer and decide to go there or not.

 

what else you got pics of? (scary?)

 

He's the type that posts pictures of all the food he eats on social media :lol:

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Bejing Browns Backers

 

Asian-gang.jpg

 

looks like the actor from DEER HUNTER and no i won't say that i was glad to see him get shot in his forehead.

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pizza for me has to be thin and crisp. a lot of the NY pizzerias SAY they make it thin but all the ingredients end up sliding off the end.

 

the pizza i like is almost a cracker crust but thick enough to pick up and hold all the ingredients on top.

 

i don't care about brick ovens, just give me a flavorful sauce and a thin crispy crust and i'll order from you 2wice a week.

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