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Tony's Pizza in Huntersville

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Not a single mention of Hawethorne's in this thread...what?

I do like Hawthornes - esp on Mondays for 2.50 draft night.

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Agreed.

We also go to Fuel which I think is fine but pizza purists don't seem to like it.

Tony's is like a 20 min drive from where we are in Davidson but I will have to try it.

Fuel is good but yeah its not NY style really. Brickhouse's pizza is great too.

If I'm looking for NY style I'll go procuittos, Tony's or brooklyn south

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Well we ordered Mama's delivery last night and it stunk. The pizza was bland and so were the wings. It's been forever since I was there maybe things have changed. The sauce was tasteless and some if the ingredients seemed cheap.

Noticed some of the yelp reviews mirror this.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/mamas-pizza-express-cornelius

Oh well.

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Yeah mamas isn't what it used to be. It's still good but I'd prob go papa johns over it.

I got it during the summer and it wasn't worth the $25 I paid.

It's decent but much better options.

Tony's pizza man

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just had it again today. this might possibly be my fave pizza place in charlotte

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just had it again today. this might possibly be my fave pizza place in charlotte

 

What do you recommend?

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What do you recommend?

 

2 slices of pepperoni pizza. it's my monthly junk food/ pizza fix. 

 

i heard they have incredible calzones. i don't feel like waiting for them to make it so i've never had one 

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Their chicken parm sammich is on point as well.

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