This week we served up our list of Denver's Ten Best Pizza Places, and the comments that followed? You never sausage a thing! Where was Walter's? Paxti's? Frank the Pizza King? Saucy Noodle? Edgewater Inn? And that was just the start of the discussion. Says Kirk:
This list is garbage. Big Bill's is the best.
Can't wait to start eating my way through this list!
Most of these aren't even pizza. They do not follow the designated rules for pizza and ingredients. They're like Midwestern abortions.There are specific classifications of and for pizza adopted by the EU and Italy, traditional pizza.
Anything other than these are not pizza. What is sold in these shops may be very good, but no, they are not pizza.
This article has confirmed it, Denver has shit pizza. Those all look awful. Domino's makes better-looking pizza than that. ...The pizza game is California level here. Ouch, I know.
Keep reading for more of our stories about pizza in Denver.
Denver has a pie for every taste, whether a diner wants to grab a sloppy slice on a paper plate or sit down with a vintage wine with fork and knife in hand (gasp!). Thin and crispy, big and floppy or thick and chewy...our list had them all.
For the record, the ten that made the 2018 list: Benny Blanco's Slice of the Bronx, Blue Pan Pizza, Cart-Driver, Denver Deep Dish, Marco's Coal-Fired Pizza, Pizza Republica, Pizzeria Locale, Pizzeria Lui, Vero and White Pie.
What do you think of our list? What's your favorite pizza in Denver? Post a comment or share your thoughts on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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