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Best Pizza in Hampton Roads

krisrishere Apr 4, 2011 11:28 AM

I don't believe I've ever seen a post about pizza and HR...

My favorites are as follows:

Best Overall - Primo Pizza, Virginia Beach
Best Greek-Style pizza - Athens, Virginia Beach
Best Thin Crust - Franco's, Ocean View or Military Highway
Best Greasy 2AM maybe had a little too much to drink Slice - DelVecchios, any location

What are your favorites?

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Athens Pizza Restaurant
1929 Centerville Tpke, Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Franco's
6200 N Military Hwy Ste A, Norfolk, VA 23518

Delvecchio's
7556 Virginian Dr, Norfolk, VA 23505

Primo Pizza
4876 Princess Anne Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462

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    foodjack RE: krisrishere Apr 5, 2011 06:16 PM

    Hey Kris,
    The people out here really like Chesapeake Pizza on Battlefield Blvd. in Great Bridge. It's been there for many years. It's almost as good as my own!
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    Chesapeake Pizza
    424 Battlefield Blvd S, Chesapeake, VA 23322

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      23451bum RE: krisrishere Apr 9, 2011 11:22 PM

      Pizza Box in the Port Norfolk section of Portsmouth is OUTSTANDING,

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      Pizza Box
      2616 Detroit St, Portsmouth, VA 23707

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        krisrishere RE: 23451bum Apr 10, 2011 04:40 PM

        Haven't been there yet, but I hear it's great. What's good?

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        sasmatt RE: krisrishere Apr 12, 2011 05:30 AM

        I think Primo Pizza is pretty spot on. Never had a bad experience there and the rest of the menu is excellent as well.

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          VBeatso RE: krisrishere Apr 30, 2011 04:35 PM

          Love the stuffed 1/2 veggie, 1/2 meat pizza at Pungo Pizza.
          Love the stuffed pizza at Primo's as well but very different. I think their regular slices can be too greasy/floppy at times.

          Had a pretty tasty thin crust not greasy with a nice crisp bottom pie just recently at Spaghetti Eddie's in Chesapeake, however I was pretty hungry that day! :)

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            JustABill01 RE: krisrishere May 11, 2011 06:17 PM

            Does any place around here do either wood or coal oven pizza?

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              glassgirl76 RE: JustABill01 May 12, 2011 02:45 PM

              Bakers crust has wood fired pizza

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                JustABill01 RE: glassgirl76 May 15, 2011 08:49 AM

                Thanks for the Rec. I went to the Bakers Crust in Ghent on Saturday and had a Pizza Margaretta. While it had less cheese than I would have liked, all in all a very good pie. Next time, I'll order extra cheese and it should be a heavenly experience...

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                Bakers Crust Cafe
                11800 W Broad St Ste 1102, Richmond, VA 23233

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              JustABill01 RE: krisrishere May 19, 2011 03:51 PM

              I just got a Pilot Online Daily deal for a place called Firebrew in VB, has anyone been there? Sounds like wood fired pizza, but I can't be sure from the website?

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                sasmatt RE: JustABill01 May 19, 2011 04:55 PM

                I tried it a few weeks back. The pizza was pretty decent but for wood fired I thought it was a little doughy. I was hoping for a more crackly crust. But in the end it was tasty enough and it certainly wasn't expensive. Can't complain.

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