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Best Pizza in Tustin/Irvine

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I like a New York Style pizza, thin and crispy, it seems every place I go is doughy. I've lived here my whole life and haven't found anywhere close to as goos as I've had at any place in Manhattan, help.

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  1. Ray's pizza in Irvine might be good. The owner used to make pizza in NYC.

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    1. re: katkoupai

      Yeah-I would second that recommendation. The owner's a nice guy

      1. re: crystaw

        I tried them a couple of days ago, on the way home. Got a pizza with two different toppings, the meatballs & spaghetti, and the antipasto. It was ok, but not great. I think I'll stick with Ameci's for NY style pizza.

        By the way, last time I was back in NYC (where I grew up), I tried the famous Lombardi's Pizza in Little Italy. I didn't think it was anything special - no better than any random pizza place in the city. However, it was during the Feast of San Genero, so we got lots of great (and greasy) carnival food!

        1. re: unfrostedpoptart

          Cool. I used to work there, so I ate a lot of Ray's pizza, in Irvine. :)

          I like pizza, but it's not a favorite food of mine. I do think Ray's does a good pizza, though, esp. if you get a fresh slice.

        1. re: irishkevbo

          Right across the street from UCI, in the same parking lot as In N Out, but at the other side of the Marketplace. I'll post an address.

          Ray's Pizza - Irvine - (949) 854-5044 - 4199 Campus Dr, Irvine, CA