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Thin Crust Pizza!!!!

I know this is Tony's favorite topic. He should be chiming in here with a bunch of places in mind.

Post up a place where I can get an East Coast/Italian style slice of thin crust pizza. I grew up on the east coast and have been dying for some good pizza for a long time now. Any suggestions?



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Finally!! I found what I have been looking for. It's called Spacca Napoli:

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I've never had authentic east coast pizza, but IMO, the best thin crust pizza in Chicagoland is from Tree Guys Pizza in Itasca.

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I know this is Tony's favorite topic. He should be chiming in here with a bunch of places in mind.

Post up a place where I can get an East Coast/Italian style slice of thin crust pizza. I grew up on the east coast and have been dying for some good pizza for a long time now. Any suggestions?
where out east did you grow up?


oh, and I have no idea where you can find that crap you call east coast thin crust pizza, takes like freakin cardboard

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oh, and I have no idea where you can find that crap you call east coast thin crust pizza, takes like freakin cardboard
lol I grew up in Westfield, NJ.

"includes 10 used-car dealers or auto repair shops, 11 liquor stores and bars--two of which advertise lingerie fashion shows and a third billed as a "gentlemen's club"--three cut-rate motels and one trailer park. The squat, brick municipal building is next to a currency exchange and a few steps from an adult video store. The bars open at 10 a.m. and close at 6:30 a.m."

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Hey WSE you asked this question last year. I remember answering it.
Yeah, I know. But, it got deleted when CLSB had a crash. I couldn't remember any of the names of the places. Man, I have a craving for some pie. I think Quickstudy posted up a good spot.

Repost your spots sucka foos!!

"includes 10 used-car dealers or auto repair shops, 11 liquor stores and bars--two of which advertise lingerie fashion shows and a third billed as a "gentlemen's club"--three cut-rate motels and one trailer park. The squat, brick municipal building is next to a currency exchange and a few steps from an adult video store. The bars open at 10 a.m. and close at 6:30 a.m."

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Hey, WSE get a ride together this week, (Tue or Wed) to go to one of these pizza places. I'd love to try "authentic east coast pizza."

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donde's in arligton heights. bill's pub in mundelein. and joe's in wheeling. all different, all good. the new jj twigs in palatine is also good, but not as good as it was in lake zurich.
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If you want East Coast pizza you have to try Piece. It is located on 1927 W. North Ave. I like Chicago style thin but this stuff is great.
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lol I grew up in Westfield, NJ.
Ah, the land of 25 MPH and raised sidewalks. (I just lived in Tinton Falls for last 7 years (next to Red Bank))

I haven't found any place where you can get really good east coast pizza, even the thin stuff around hear can hold itself up without having to be folded. It's kind of the same sitaution as tryin got find a good Chicago style pizza in NJ.

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If you want East Coast pizza you have to try Piece. It is located on 1927 W. North Ave. I like Chicago style thin but this stuff is great.
piece is great it's worth going just to try their beer (they brew it right behind the bar) if you go try the white pizza.
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wse, I grew up on long island....home of the best pizza.
Living around there I only ever found one place worth going to. It's in Deerfield on Dundee Rd & Sanders. It's called Marisa's. http://www.marisaspizza.com/

I believe the owner came from Staten Island?? The last time I ate there was when I was working for Walgreens in Deerfield and that was......2001?

The other place that is good is a SMALL chain called Antonio's. The guy is from Boston and each time one of his kids leaves for college he goes and opens a location at the campus. There's on in Amherst, Champaign, and College Station-- weird, huh? Well, the pizza is excellent, if you ever make it down to U of I.
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wse, I grew up on long island....home of the best pizza.
I work on long island. The pizza there is horrible. They will put ANYTHING on a pizza. I had a grandpa slice that wasn't too bad though, it's a Sicilian slice with a big hunk of mozzarella on top. There's definately a HUGE difference in taste for pizza between Chicago and NYC.

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I've never had authentic east coast pizza, but IMO, the best thin crust pizza in Chicagoland is from Tree Guys Pizza in Itasca.

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I always try to stop by this place when I am in the area. You can buy it whole or by the slice....pretty tasty.
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Sorry I'm late WSE, although I feel I must inform you that there is no such thing as Pizza on the east coast, they do have somethng simular that is round and has some simular toppings but they commonly refer to it as a pie. Pies have apples or cherrys or even well (insert dirty joke here). As Chicago is the only place where real pizza exists I can only direct you in the ways of real pizza. That stuff over that those people who's brains are obviously rotted by the salt water eat is not in fact pizza, come to think of it since most of them seem to be infatuated with Oragamy due to the fact that they fold thier pizza just proves that it really is just a cheap cardboard imitation of what chicagoans enjoy




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Ledo's used to be good, af few years back we lost a great pioneer in the world of Pizza when Bob Dorgan the last of the original owners passed away. Shortly after the guys who ran the kitchen quit and his son took the place over, the place has never been the same since, I've known the family since before I was born as my dad used to make pizza's at night there in the early 70's when my mother was pregnant with me. Very nice people, bu the place has taken a turn lately.

Does anyone know if John's is still around in Brookfield, or I think its called villa maria now. That was alwasy one of my favorites, rocky in westchester was alwasy a good pizza as well and Barones will alwasy be one of my favorites.

If you want to get close to what ledo's used to be, try nonni's in woodridge. thats another branch of the Dorgan family and the recipes are very close tot he original ledo's recipes.


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Sorry I'm late WSE, although I feel I must inform you that there is no such thing as Pizza on the east coast, they do have somethng simular that is round and has some simular toppings but they commonly refer to it as a pie. Pies have apples or cherrys or even well (insert dirty joke here). As Chicago is the only place where real pizza exists I can only direct you in the ways of real pizza. That stuff over that those people who's brains are obviously rotted by the salt water eat is not in fact pizza, come to think of it since most of them seem to be infatuated with Oragamy due to the fact that they fold thier pizza just proves that it really is just a cheap cardboard imitation of what chicagoans enjoy

"includes 10 used-car dealers or auto repair shops, 11 liquor stores and bars--two of which advertise lingerie fashion shows and a third billed as a "gentlemen's club"--three cut-rate motels and one trailer park. The squat, brick municipal building is next to a currency exchange and a few steps from an adult video store. The bars open at 10 a.m. and close at 6:30 a.m."

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most of them seem to be infatuated with Oragamy due to the fact that they fold thier pizza just proves that it really is just a cheap cardboard imitation of what chicagoans enjoy
It is not an infatuation with Origami, it is that those of us from the east coast are actually served a proper portion of pizza, which is too big to eat flat. If we were not such on-the-go hardworkers we might have the time to sit down and eat it with a knife and fork....but that reminds me, we are ecologically aware as well and choose to curtail our use of plastic cutlery. So alas, we fold our treasured food.

If you chicagoans knew how to properly toss dough, then you wouldn't have to stuff it in that deep pan and sog up its crispy goodness.
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It is not an infatuation with Origami, it is that those of us from the east coast are actually served a proper portion of pizza, which is too big to eat flat. If we were not such on-the-go hardworkers we might have the time to sit down and eat it with a knife and fork....but that reminds me, we are ecologically aware as well and choose to curtail our use of plastic cutlery. So alas, we fold our treasured food.

If you chicagoans knew how to properly toss dough, then you wouldn't have to stuff it in that deep pan and sog up its crispy goodness.

Bahh !!! I can throw a piece of cardboard on the grill at 450 and get the same consistancy of new york dough

Dough does not need to be tossed, it needs to be massaged and gently laid out, then it's loving rubbed down with oils and subsquently covered in the finest ingrediants. Chicagoans understand this, no wonder new yorkers suck in bed, they are trying to toss everything and not in a good way




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It is not an infatuation with Origami, it is that those of us from the east coast are actually served a proper portion of pizza, which is too big to eat flat. If we were not such on-the-go hardworkers we might have the time to sit down and eat it with a knife and fork....but that reminds me, we are ecologically aware as well and choose to curtail our use of plastic cutlery. So alas, we fold our treasured food.

If you chicagoans knew how to properly toss dough, then you wouldn't have to stuff it in that deep pan and sog up its crispy goodness.

True and well Put, not a fan of pan either.......Big over sized slices, mmmmgood must say do like Ranaldi's in Lincoln Park, there stuffed is awesome..... But I still love my tossed NY PIzza.......

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Bahh !!! I can throw a piece of cardboard on the grill at 450 and get the same consistancy of new york dough

Dough does not need to be tossed, it needs to be massaged and gently laid out, then it's loving rubbed down with oils and subsquently covered in the finest ingrediants. Chicagoans understand this, no wonder new yorkers suck in bed, they are trying to toss everything and not in a good way
Tony I would love to see you on the new apprentice explaining this "idea" to Ms. Stewart herself.
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Tony I would love to see you on the new apprentice explaining this "idea" to Ms. Stewart herself.

THAT would be friggin awesome




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