It's been a long time since I have been there. Grew up near Decorah and it was great back then. Was wondering if it would show up in this thread. If it's still that good I'm going to have to make a road trip back there.
Mabe's is still awesome.
Not mentioned yet in this thead in the NE IA area is McCaffery's in Decorah. They only make thin crust wood-fire pizzas, but they're excellent as well.
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
Went to Sugar and Slice in Ventura for lunch yesterday. It is a new place. Great Pizza, best I have had in a while.
“They're very, very hard to guard,” Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey said. “They're really good. And with Niang in the middle kind of wheeling and all those guys spreading you out, they're kind of a nightmare matchup. And they're men. They're really men.”
Pizza is an incredibly subjective thing, therefore I'm going to go ahead and throw out my controversial views. Personally, I feel that Great Plains pizza is barely pizza at all. It's more of a caserole in a bread bowl. Chicago style deep dish pizza crosses the line entirely and cannot be considered pizza. Instead, it is round shaped lasagna. Both are fine if that's what you're after, but when you want pizza you don't want a caserole or a lasagna.
I'm a huge fan of New York style pizza -- large floppy slices with thin crust.
This is so so so false. Happy Joe's is overrated and overpriced. Godfather's Taco is incredibly underrated. The golden crust alone makes it delicious! I refuse to believe that anyone who thinks Happy Joe's taco is better has actually had both. Casey's taco is also no comparison to Godfather's.
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