But the photo of a deep-dish Crush pie had (some) readers salivating:
Tell me that picture doesn't look amazing!Responds Daniel:
That looks horrible.Adds Rachel:
Looks a lot like Blue Pan's pizza.Notes Adrell:
I've been to Bar Car a couple of times. As a former Chicagoan, that pizza was amazing. I'll have to check these guys out.IAnd Carl concludes:
More pizza! More pizza! I've been disappointed in some of the pizzas I've found around town, but Denver can always use more great pizza.Keep reading for more pizza news.
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Jason McGovern started selling his Chicago-style pizza out of a walk-up window at Bar Car more than six years ago. In 2015, he opened Denver Deep Dish as a stand-alone restaurant at 1200 West 38th Avenue.
Now he's changing the name to Crush Pizza & Tap. But the pizza isn't changing...much, although McGovern is introducing a hand-tossed pie and emphasizing other menu items. "I want our diners to think of us as a pizza restaurant, not just a deep-dish pizza restaurant," he explains.
What do you think of McGovern's pizza? The news that Coperta Pizza will open in the Broadway Market? What's your favorite pizza in town? Post a comment or email [email protected].