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  1. #26
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    A 16" pepperoni pizza is $20 with tax. Never expected Boulder to be more reasonable in food prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Five bucks for the cheese or the pepperoni at little cesars! Six bucks for the pretzel crust with the highly inappropriate cheese sauce. Y'all overpaying...
    Well, it’s sort of asking ‘what do you pay for beer?’ Bud Lite vs. Pliny the Elder, or something like that.

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    How much do you pay for pizza?

    Kens is $15 + $1.50/topping for a 16”

    Manhattan Pizza is $15 + toppings for a 17”

    Pizzeria Verita is $9-16 for a 12” depending on what’s on it.

    We still make a lot of pizza at home though.

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  4. #29
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    Timely thread, I just ordered pizza and when I checked the forum this thread was here. Paid $10 for a small size extreme meat pizza. Med and large are $18-25 plus tax/tip.

    Pizza Port - https://www.pizzaport.com/grub/anti-wimpy-pizzas

    Also have Leucadia Pizza up the street but it's more expensive and not quite as good. https://pointloma.leucadiapizza.com/...loma-food-menu

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    We spent $110 for 4 celebrating a graduation at an "artisanal" place in Midtown Sacto, beer included. We never went back. Place lasted 10 years.

  6. #31
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    Pisa Lisa in Sedona. $18 for a pizza. It was probably the best I’ve had in many years.

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    I had no idea pizza costs so much now. Wow. Eye opening.

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    Yeah some of these prices seem crazy to me. My current favorite SLC place is ~$15 after tax for what is basically a medium. I guess maybe these $30-$40 pizzas are a lot bigger?

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    The $30 Pinky G’s is 18” or so. (With 4 toppings)
    So, if you do the math...
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    $30 for a large for good pizza, $25 for meh, and chain pizza at $12-$15.


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    $10

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  12. #37
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    Why am I picturing you unrolling that out of a bike packing bag 120 miles from anywhere....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    The $30 Pinky G’s is 18” or so. (With 4 toppings)
    So, if you do the math...
    What is the math on that? Pie are squared?

    I’ll see myself out.

  14. #39
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    Paid $17 for a 12 inch at a local brewery tonight. An XL from our fav pizza joint is 22-25 but they don’t deliver, so probably would be 30 with delivery. Add $5 if you want a fancy specialty pie ( we usually go for just cheese or pep )

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    Large "garbage" pies go for around $20. A plain cheese is about $12, 1 topping usually about $14. So much competition around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnF View Post
    $20 for a large pepperoni and sausage from Twin Trees. Local pizza shop.
    Ahhh if it's twin trees in 'cuse, I love....

    Also I just saw they were rated one of the best regionally in NY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Kens is $15 + $1.50/topping for a 16”

    Manhattan Pizza is $15 + toppings for a 17”

    Pizzeria Verita is $9-16 for a 12” depending on what’s on it.

    We still make a lot of pizza at home though.

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    I miss Ken's. The cheese salad is a must. And I miss Dino's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Five bucks for the cheese or the pepperoni at little cesars! Six bucks for the pretzel crust with the highly inappropriate cheese sauce. Y'all overpaying...
    Last time I got a Hot and Ready (pre Covid 19) it was $5.55 (raise their price 10 percent as it used to years ago used to be $5 in fact)

    Most shops depending on the toppings and if it is a chain or local independent are $5 to $10 small 10 or 12 inch to $10 to $15 for large, for a extra large $20 for standard pies- not the extra deluxe or supreme. Toppings usually add $1 to $3 per and up depending on the pie size, so if you like 4 or 5 toppings, or the works that can add up over a 1 or 2 topping pizza. Those are many times not with delivery, many add delivery fees of a few dollars depending on the distance and of course driver tip can add $. For $35 I'd expect a 2 liter or some sort of side, delivery and the driver tip typically on at least a large pizza with a number of toppings.

    One of the pretty good local places (college town) near menu shows:
    Small 12” (6 Cut) $7.25 TOPPINGS: Reg. $1.00 PREM. $1.50
    Regular 14” (8 Cut) $8.75 TOPPINGS: Reg. $1.25 PREM. $2.00
    Large 16” (12 Cut) $10.25 TOPPINGS: Reg. $1.50 PREM. $2.50

    Delivery in limited area adds $1.50.

    Home cooked last night was ~ $4 for 2 crusts premade at local bakery- so $2, $1 for a can of pizza sauce- one pizza again, $6 for a large pack of pizza cheese grated (enough for 2 pies), and a maybe $2 dollars for mushrooms (that needed sliced but sometimes get presliced pack at the store also) that is enough for 3 or 4 pizza's as there is always extra left in the package.
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    Red Front in Capital District (Upstate, NY) the 24 cut is a rectangular party pizza. Equivalent to two or more traditional 16 inch pizzas. You either love or hate the sweet Red Front sauce.

    24 CUT LARGE (SQUARE)
    Cheese$21.50
    Additional Toppings$2.00
    Hawaiian Style (Ham & Pineapple)$25.00
    Buffalo Chicken$26.95
    Grilled Chicken$26.95
    Veggie Lover$26.95
    Chicken Bacon Ranch$26.95
    Meat Lover$26.95

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    Back in the day i attended Kincolith crab fest, for maybe 5 years there was a rock fest at an end of the road on a Nisga'a res, money wise it was a loser but they paid for old Canadian rockers like Trooper or Big Sugar with grants from the Canadian gov

    Kincolith doesnt have a pizza hut cuz it is a small remote village on the coast of narthern BC seriously in the middle of nowhere, but there was Pizza from Pizza Hut cuz they flew this stuff in from Terrace by Helicopter, don't remeber how much it cost but delivery by helicopter has to be in this thread

    Never been a fan of Pizza hut but why eat that shit, fresh crabs were 5$, I even scored a jar of oolichan grease

    Kincolith lost the funding and the crab fest went away
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    Harkening back to the day of $6 Blackjack pizzas in Denver, early 90's. Got me through college.

    I read today there's a run on block cheese.

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    $31 better be some amazing pizza. There better be wheat in the back where they grow/harvest/make it into dough. They better have an Italian grandma making mozzarella from milk straight from old Betsy who's tied up in back. The tomatoes must be no less than 5 minutes old and ripened on the vine.
    Basically, Michelin 3 star pizza.
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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Large cheese pie and an order of garlic knots delivered- less then $20 but gets rounded up to $25 with the tip. And it’s an actual quality pizza... not Broadway Joe’s quality but very very good.

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    Tee hee
    “Garlic Nuts”
    Tee hee
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Tee hee
    “Garlic Nuts”
    Tee hee
    Ha, Thanks for the note. I fixed it.

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