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    Default Hey! Phoenix people . . .

    I need the real skinny. Is Pizzeria Bianco really the world's best pizza - and if so, what should I order when I am in Phoenix?

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    Pizzeria Bianco? Hmmm, never heard of them...am I missing something? Are they in Scottsdale, er, not listed in Phone Book I'm afraid.
    BEST? Define Best. Some sauces are supremo but TOO much sauce, some too little...crust one's style but can be off somehow like too much or too little of something.
    BEST is what I make...hand-tossed crust as thin or thick as you like, real old-world, hand-made sauce with FRESH ingredients and extra Mozzarella to boot! GRIN
    Frank's on E. Indian School/32 St. has a good Pizza but stay away from the Pizza Belly - UR Belly will revolt!
    Hope this helps...but maybe you could clue me in on Bianco/Blanco?

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    Default Re: Hey! Phoenix people . . .

    I've heard that it is unbelievably good, but I've also heard that it takes forever and is almost impossible to get in. I've never seen this debacle, but I've heard a line starts forming about 2 hours before the place even opens, which is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard.

    Here is the link to their website

    http://www.pizzeriabianco.com/

    When are you coming to Phoenix?
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    Default Re: Hey! Phoenix people . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    I need the real skinny. Is Pizzeria Bianco really the world's best pizza -
    Pizza? Arizona ? gimme a break MR. You know better than to ask that question.

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    Default Re: Hey! Phoenix people . . .

    My dad told me that he read the same thing somewhere on Yahoo. Usually pizza and Arizona don't necessarily go hand in hand though
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    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    Pizza? Arizona ? gimme a break MR. You know better than to ask that question.
    Whoa, easy there Turbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    Whoa, easy there Turbo.
    Don't be foolish. They may call it pizza west of the Mississippi and south of the Mason Dixon, but it's only bread and ketchup.

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    There was an article in the LA Times that referenced the place. Since I find myself in Phoenix every now and then, I thought I would ask. Now I recognize that a deep dish Prosciutto and Fig with Arugula and Chevre may not be what a New Yorker or Chicagoan might envision as true pizza, but out west we are willing to stretch our boundries a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    a deep dish Prosciutto and Fig with Arugula and Chevre
    You're right, pizza is not made / served in a deep dish and never, ever served with Fig, Arugula or Chevre.

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