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nuraman00 | Jun 20, 201011:30 PM     346

What are 2-3 restaurants that you think make the best cheese pizza? I'm not a vegetarian, but I've always been curious about how good cheese pizzas could be. When I see one with 4-5 different types of cheeses, can one actually taste them, and do they make a difference?

If the answer is that they're all the same, I can accept that. Or, I'll even accept something like Costco (I've never tried their cheese, so I can't say). From my experience, Costco is ok but sometimes too oily.

From someone's recommendation, I did try the New York Pizza from Amici's, and it was pretty good. It did seem better than other ones I've tried. I think something about how the pizza was thin, and the flavor of the cheeses, just worked.

(I also like deep dish pizzas.)

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