swoon_queen wrote:kurt_w wrote:Average Joe wrote:Hey Sheppy, how's Laura these days?
Nah, too lame for Sheppy. Generic troll. Sheppy was better than this guy.
Sheesh. Um, TimeMasterFlex, I'll counter with welcome to Madison, and welcome to the forum.... I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and venture a guess that you are a real human being who just wants to get a NY slice of 'za here. My time on the east coast totally schooled me as to what that is-- I'm guessing that "foldable" is on your list of criteria? Curious as to where you've tried thus far.
Many folks seem to point to Di Roma as a good replicate of New York style pizza, but I disagree. I have heard Picasso's is decently close. And for what it's worth, when I was living out East, I was led many, many times to a tiny pizza shop in Northampton, MA called Pinocchio's, which is (I'm pretty sure) where Ian of Ian's Pizza started out-- I wouldn't consider Ian's east coast style pizza per se, but the crust is great. I can't really point you in a great direction, as personally, I prefer a chewier, sturdier crust- Roman Candle is my favorite in Madison, crust-wise. But I hope you find it-- It can be very comforting to find a food that matches up to your hometown fave.
Thank you for taking the time to write out your suggestions. I will try Roman Candle in Middleton.
Since you are the only one who gave me suggestions, thank you for the welcome to the board! I was told the forum here was very elitist by a local co-worker but you at least are proving her wrong!