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Poll: What's Your Pick of the Party Cut Pie?

Polls Meredith Smith 21 comments

It's not common to see round pies outside of the Midwest cut into a grid formation rather than the usual triangular wedges. However, occasionally the Chicago thin crust or St Louis style pie makes it's way to your table and a new element is introduced into your slice selection equation. More

NYC: Pulino's Bar and Pizzeria

Nick Solares Closed

"The result is probably the highest expression of bar pizza." [Photograph: Nick Solares] Pulino's Bar and Pizzeria 282 Bowery, New York NY 10012 (at Houston; map); 212-226-1966; pulinosny.com/ Pizza Style: "Bowery style" Oven Type: Wood Stone gas-assisted wood The Skinny: It could never have lived up to all the hype that preceded its opening but Nate Appleman has succeeded in developing an exulted form the of bar pizza, bolstered by a superb in-house butchery and partner Keith McNally's front-of-house professionalism Price: $8 to $19 Notes: Reservations recommended When I heard that Pulino's Bar and Pizzeria would be serving "Bowery style"... More

The Pizza of Milwaukee—A Cut Apart

Adam Kuban 2 comments

From the Slice mailbag, this time from my cousin Aimee ... Hi Adam, It's your cousin in Milwaukee. Today there was a cute article in the Journal about Milwaukee-style pizza. Apparently, it's mainly the way the pizza is cut that separates us. The square-cut pizza is not popular outside the Midwest. You know, I can't even remember the last time I had a pizza that wasn't cut into squares. Here's the link: http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=670826 —Aimee... More

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