Cold New Haven Pizza

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2008/02/15 10:35:04 (permalink)

Cold New Haven Pizza

I remember a chart that compared New Haven's big three in a bunch of areas for cold pizza. Can someone please direct me to the right page on this website?
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    Michael Stern
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/15 11:05:34 (permalink)
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    alipset
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/15 12:54:18 (permalink)
    Thanks Michael. A few words are cut-off, but I get the idea. Has anybody done a comparison of the different Pepe's locations? I have heard conflicting stories of the true ownership of the satellite locations: family owned or franchised. Anyone know the truth?
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/15 14:44:36 (permalink)
    To me, I can not tell the difference between The Spot and Pepe's ... More practice I guess.

    BTW: Great chart.
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/21 11:49:02 (permalink)
    About ten years ago we had lunch at Frank Pepe's on our way to Vermont. I ordered too much and we boxed up the leftovers and put them in the trunk. The next day we were in Burlington at the Gardener's Supply store and I told my wife I was hungry. She mentioned the pizza in the trunk (I had forgotten about it) and it was room temperature because it was sunny out and it was almost as good as the day before in the restaurant. I was in heaven
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/22 07:26:45 (permalink)
    The stuff is the bomb hot out of the oven on the counter for breakie left in back seat while shopping or thrown in freezer for a rainy day. Grew-up in Milford moved west nothing compares to NH pizza now in China well the order i get the worse the pizza gets. Was in CT 7 days in Oct had pizza 4 days brought 1 leftover on plane back to Seattle.
    Funny seems be more leg room this year lol.
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/22 07:33:59 (permalink)
    So which of the Big 3 is the best? Supposedly, all 3 are better than the best of NYC... Like Lombardi's, Patsy's or John's. But what about those places out in Brooklyn? Something to chew on I guess....Sadly, I've never been to any of them.
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    RE: Cold New Haven Pizza 2008/02/22 10:17:44 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Baah Ben

    So which of the Big 3 is the best? Supposedly, all 3 are better than the best of NYC...



    That's a big "supposedly". Don't suppose that until you've tried them all, because, like everything, it's a matter of taste. The truth is that they're very different. A head to head comparison of say, Pepe's and Patsy's would be like comparing Carolina BBQ with Texas. They're both BBQ, but very different.
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