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Malcolm Ruthven | Jun 3, 202107:27 PM     1

I went to PizzaHacker tonight and got a take-out pizza (I live very close). PizzaHacker is located a short distance south of Tam Junction in Mill Valley. It's a large place, both inside and outside, and seems to be quite popular. I got their The Ohio pizza, Pepperoni, Pepperoncini, Tomato Sauce, Provolone, Fresh Mozzarella, Grana Padano, Oregano ($22). It was quite large; some slices were cut the traditional way, into triangles, while others were rectangular. I loved the flavor. The thin crust was so soft that I needed to use a knife and fork on at least the inner 1/2 of a slice. Maybe I'm just not New-Yorker enough to know how to handle those thin-crust slices. I think this place is popular for a reason.

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