Wood Fired Pizza

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jlambert1975
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2007/05/01 11:37:14 (permalink)

Wood Fired Pizza

If you are ever traveling through NW Indiana, you must try Stop 50 Wood Fired Pizzeria, in Michigan City. It's located almost actually in Michiana Shores, just about a block off Lake Shore Drive. Simply the best pizza around. Traditional Naples Style Pizza, thin crust, fresh ingredients, and when I say fresh, it's everything. Hand crushed tomatoes, fresh mozzerella chesse, and all fresh herbs too.

The atmosphere is quaint, and the owner is very knowledgable and you can tell he takes pride in the quality.

Stop 50 Wood Fired Pizzeria
500 EL Portal
Michiana Shores, IN
219-879-8777
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    MikeS.
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2007/05/01 13:27:46 (permalink)
    Thanks for the info, hope to see more of you on here.

    MikeS.
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    Big Kielbasa
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2007/05/01 13:37:51 (permalink)
    Next Time I get back to N/W Indiana I'll be sure to stop. Lot's of good pizza in the region, I miss it immensely.
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    Theedge
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2007/05/01 13:45:28 (permalink)
    lambert, see if the owner might let you take some photos to post. We all love pizza photos here on Roadfood.

    On a side note, the Verizon pop up adds are starting to tick me off.
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    kland01s
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2007/05/01 14:02:08 (permalink)
    This place was recently a destination for the LTHForum group from Chicago. The link is to the original invite and includes photos of the pizza. Looks good!

    http://lthforum.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=12335
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    rubz
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2007/06/05 02:51:24 (permalink)
    I tried it..soooo nice
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    doggydaddy
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2007/06/05 06:57:12 (permalink)



    Looking at that photo, I have to ask. When did Indiana become part of the east coast? I did not know it was part of the tri-state region.

    mark
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    RUkidding
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2009/09/24 16:45:34 (permalink)
    Take a look at Lthforum.com.  Some people are not so happy with Stop50 in Michiana Shores.  Some people think it's a ripoff.  After you pay $22.00 per person for pizza and a salad, tell me if you agree that this is priced accordingly.  Most people in Michiana Shores can't afford to eat there.
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Wood Fired Pizza 2009/09/24 17:14:42 (permalink)
    doggydaddy

    Looking at that photo, I have to ask. When did Indiana become part of the east coast? I did not know it was part of the tri-state region.

    mark


    You mean you did not know that pizza originated in Gary, Indiana -- even before it was called apizza?
     
    You really didn't know that Gary is the birthplace of the tomato pie, and that an Etruscan sneaked into town one dark night and stole the idea to take back to the old country?
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