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February 18, 2012 6:26 am  

Noah, thanks once again for your input. Did you leave due to slow business in the field? Or perhaps just your time to head back? I know we'll have to research codes on STX. I was using this forum merely to get a feel for the state of pizza there on the island. Thanks!

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February 19, 2012 12:00 pm  

oldtart and chefnoah had great advise. please remember, mrsyogadoc, that things are different here.

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February 19, 2012 11:41 pm  

It was my time to go. Had a great opportunity back in Colorado and couldn't pass it up. Plus, I was ready for the real world again

Good pizza - Smuggler's Cove, Lost Dog, East End Pizza at Divi, and Napolean's was pretty decent. Never got in to try Tutto Bene's pizza night but I'm sure they do it right. There's always room for good pizza, I'm sure!
Best of luck

Linda J
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February 20, 2012 12:18 pm  

We like the pizza at Off the Wall. And the view can't be beat!

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February 20, 2012 2:57 pm  

Over-Americanized? No way! We never do that sort of thing 😀 I'll have you know I love my Americanized pizza very very much. Couldn't live without it. However, having spent a year in Italy, a good, simple, authentic brick oven pizza is hard to beat. I found most Italian pizza to be extremely simple as compared to the American versions I was used to. I'm speaking of very small mom and pop shops and not commercial versions. Their sauces were thinner and more like a fresh and thick tomato juice (which was my favorite part) than a dense puree. Toppings were minimal with much less cheese and meat but the flavor was terrific and I've always wanted to go back for more.

Best of luck to you and your husband and hopefully one day I'll get to be a regular patron.

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