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Props to San Biagio and Chino Wayne

Robert Lu | Aug 11, 200302:57 PM     1

The thin crust pizza at San Biagio really hit the spot after our hike. The dough has a savory finish that lasts so long that you're still thinking about the last bite while the current one is in your mouth. (There's a great line from a King of the Hill episode, where Bill remarks that Vietnamese BBQ is so savory, that it seems a shame to lose it to the process of digestion.)

I didn't even make it to Dr. Bob's, because I finished an order of spumoni by myself (offered to share, honestly). Thanks again, Wayne.

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