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Deep dish Pizza in Atlanta?

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jmfepc Feb 20, 2008 05:06 PM

Where is the good pizza in Atlanta? I am sick of the "new york style" !! I am loking for 2 types of pizza 1. Deep Dish and 2. Very thin crust (cut into squares) like they do it in Chicago....

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    atlantanative RE: jmfepc Feb 20, 2008 06:15 PM

    The only deep dish i know of is Nancy's - I've only had it once and it was good, but not cooked through enough for me - maybe a fluke. For thin crust, I love Fritti - it's not inexpensive street vendor pizza, but it's thin crust and it's good.

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      Katj RE: jmfepc Feb 21, 2008 06:05 AM

      I went to Nancy's and thought it was terrible. Not good like Chicago deep dish. Shorty's Pub serves a really great pizza, two locations one on North Druid Hills and the other near Tucker on Lawrenceville Hwy. It is thin crust.
      Fritti is very good also, as atlantanative said.

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