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January 14, 2007



Dude, Cush is right next door. :^P

I want pizza really bad right now, but my personal favorite is Marty's. But eating at would be a rough date unless she's from st'Allis.


True - Cush is right next door. I've never been to Cush, though, so I didn't mention it. I've just heard it's a bit ... rough.

Perhaps I've heard wrong?

And Marty's is good, but it's no Pizza Man.


Cush is rough, but mostly just in appearance. I feel weird saying it now because I think they pulled one of their advertising slogans from me... But I like it because it is easily one of the most racially eclectic bars I've ever been to in Milwaukee.



Try Scotty's Bar & Pizza on the corner of Clement and Howard in Bayview. It's a crappy bar, but the pizza is the best in Wisconsin and a tap beer is $1.00.


I am in agreement w/ Alba on the overrated part.

Don't know about Scotty's, but I myself am partial to Cranky Al's on North. FYI: Cranky Al's only takes cash so be sure to hit the ATM if you plan on ordering from there.


You people are crazy! The only pizza that has come close to Pizza Man in my mind is Next Door Pub in Lake Geneva.

But hey, guess that's what makes the world go 'round!


Balistreri's on 68th is the best pizza ever.


I'm with Erin on this one... Pizza Man owns all. Zaffiro's is pretty good though. Hmm...

Anyway, I can't believe someone compared Marty's to Pizza Man... now that's just laughable!


I like Sbarro the best =)

...kidding of course. CHAINS ARE BAD hehe.


I've been craving a slice from Villa Pizza at Brookfield Square since before Christmas. Otherwise, I make my own (using Boboli crust -- I know that's totally cheating).

I was planning to make chili this weekend, but now I'm going to have to make pizza too! Erin, got any other food mentions so I can start my meal planning for next week now?


"Most people, when they come to New York they go straight to the Empire State Building. That's very touristy - I come here, great places to eat... We have Bubba Gump Shrimp and Red Lobster down there. Ya know, this is the heart of civilization right here!"


A close second to Pizza Man for those on the south side is Papa Luigis by the airport. It's the same type of pizza without the long hike to the east side.


I had a piece of pizza from Villa Pizza on a long overdue shopping trip to Brookfield Square over the weekend. I don't know why I was craving it (it wasn't good at all!)

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