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Sometimes the lowliest of locations...

bobinnola | Jul 24, 2008 03:43 PM

I've long been a fan of Warehouse District and its owner/nazi and I love the topping qualities at Slice. Mark Twain's Landing is worth the extra mile or two and Theo's enchanted me when it first opened. NY Pizza is above average, thing crust delicious grease. Even Reginelli's and Italian Pie have their phenomenal specialty combinations (well maybe not phenomenal...). I personally think that Rocky's and LA Pizza Kitchen are garbaggio (in Italian). Angeli is overrated.

But recently, and certainly for the money, I have put up with the obnoxious frat boys (and ogled their co-ed compatriots) for the excellent pizza at the Dough Bowl (at the Boot!). I know that the employees probably pee in the dough and whatever, but 1) the thinness, 2) the ratio of cheese to sauce and 3) the convenience, is incredibly hard to beat. The only pizza I would even speak in the same sentence as this is the 'Za at Pizza Fiesta (at Club Decatur 'round the HOB). Theirs is also good for all of the reasons, Dough Bowl is. It just happens to be smaller for the money and further away.

Please, taste the Pizza and get it before Tulane starts back in August!

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