..sounds like the Cincinnatians who love LaRosa's - they cut their pizzas up like that too..
Once again, NYPN is generalizing about Cincinnatians. Ridiculous.
Most pizza in Cincinnati is cut in slices. All pizzerias in Cincinnati (as far as I know) will when feasible (not as feasible on a deep dish or stuffed pie) graciously and without a fuss cut a pie into slices or squares as requested. LaRosa's included.
Further, not all pizza at LaRosas is cut square. Some is, some isn't. But hey, facts like this just get in the way when one feels like slamming the area they live in with a completely unnecessary negative comment, you know?
And then there's New York, where one can easily find both square cuts and slice cuts. Some (like Spumoni Gardens) are particularly well known specifically for their square cuts. Why some folks think that cutting a pie in certain ways is odd when the area they purport to come from cuts it several different ways, including the so-called "odd" way is well beyond me. I guess we can't all be tunnel-visioned pizza geniuses.
Not that the cut impacts the taste of this (or any) pizza - it doesn't, no matter what some narrow-minded folks seem to think
Now, maybe just maybe we can return to the discussion at hand - Maryland pizzas
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