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Hay guys, it's your internet pal Colon Dee here.

I'm fed up with all of the pizza by the slice places near me. I live by Commercial Skytrain and the place that I have nearby are Uncle Fatih's, Fresh Slice and Megabite Pizza and all of their pizzas are thin garbage pizzas.

What I'm looking for that a place that sells good, DEEP, cheesy pizza by the slice. Something that doesn't taste or feel like the cardboard box it comes in.

Give me some recommendations. I don't mind paying a couple extra bucks a slice, or buying the whole pie and working on it for a day or two, because I want something good, even if it is a plain old cheese slice.

Thanks

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Flying Wedge pizza is really good, huge thick pieces.

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I remember a decent place on Robson that I used to go to before Lions or Canucks games. Havent been there in a couple years tho, nor can I remember the name

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My little list...

- Moki's on Dunbar

- Nat's New York on Broadway and Denman

- Hell on Lonsdale

- Bacchus on Hornby

- Campagnolo on Main

- Domenicos on Hastings (Burnaby)

Along with...

- Flying Wedge

- Boston Pizza

- Pizza Hut

- Papa Johns

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Pie R Squared at UBC

and...that place right across from Joyce Station...it's just known as "Joyce Pizza" but it has an actual name but I can't remember.

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Man, I aint going all the way out to UBC for a slice!

Thinking about hitting some Mom n' Pop pizza places that don't shave their slices down for the extra pennies.

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i love pizza, i'd eat the stuff exclusively if it weren't so unhealthy

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Lol... white people pizza. A.K.A would you like one topping or two?

Glorious Indian style pizza master race.

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Fresh Slice

Even though you're tired of it.

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Hay guys, it's your internet pal Colon Dee here.

I'm fed up with all of the pizza by the slice places near me. I live by Commercial Skytrain and the place that I have nearby are Uncle Fatih's, Fresh Slice and Megabite Pizza and all of their pizzas are thin garbage pizzas.

What I'm looking for that a place that sells good, DEEP, cheesy pizza by the slice. Something that doesn't taste or feel like the cardboard box it comes in.

Give me some recommendations. I don't mind paying a couple extra bucks a slice, or buying the whole pie and working on it for a day or two, because I want something good, even if it is a plain old cheese slice.

Thanks

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Lol... white people pizza. A.K.A would you like one topping or two?

Glorious Indian style pizza master race.

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Fresh Slice

Even though you're tired of it.

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I always order a cheese pizza. I don't need a mess of other stuff on it. Just a good, plain cheese pizza.

Tight, solid, thick.

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Fresh Slice is turrible.

Tastes like they just cut the box in eighths and serve it.

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Omg Costco dog (HUGE polish sausage) and a pop for $1.50...I dare you to find me a better deal.

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I always order a cheese pizza. I don't need a mess of other stuff on it. Just a good, plain cheese pizza.

Tight, solid, thick.

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Lombardos on Commercial

Nat's New York Pizzeria on Broadway or Denman

Perch for gluten free pizza

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