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recommendations for good thin-crust pizza?

madgee Oct 2, 2006 05:17 PM

Hi all! I'd love to hear your suggestions for good thin-crust pizzas in the Providence area.

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    madgee Oct 3, 2006 11:46 PM

    Thanks for your feedback. I didn't care for Fellini's actually. very happy to eat grilled pizza, so we will definitely try Bob and Timmy's, grazie!

    1. atheorist Oct 3, 2006 05:22 PM

      Frank and John from Italy in downtown East Greenwich is my favorite pizza in R.I. Thin but substantial. EG is a little farther from Providence than I would drive just for pizza but every chance I get to detour there...
      Thin crust is rare around here. If it's really your thing you might like Fellinis on Wickenden st. I find it merely OK and rather pricey.
      Oh and I do second Bob and Timmy's.

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        asegidoc Oct 2, 2006 07:54 PM

        bob and timmys on spruce street on federal hill
        the best pizza anywhere and that includes al forno at 3x the price

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          finlero Oct 3, 2006 04:19 PM

          2nd Bob and Timmy's, although worth noting that this is *grilled* thin crust pizza, which may or may not be what you're after. Regardless, the trio of wild mushroom pizza is terrific!

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