Originally posted by Ace Holleran
[blue]Cheeze, folks, get a grip. I'm amazed that this topic event made it to Roadfood, it is so mundane.
Ace in CT, which is serious pizza country
I think your post was a bit mean spirited and unnecessary.
While it is arguably true that posting about a chain Pizza joint is not relevant to Roadfood's general intent/aim/theme, it is true that a number of posters here happen to eat at non-roadfood establishments on occasion. Ergo, we do share a bit of information on the quality of establishments that are not truly Roadfood, like this one. How can an honest exchange of information about restaurants not be worthwhile in this context?
I'll add that the original UNO's may in ffact qualify as a quality roadfood joint. I can't say it for sure, ergo my use of the word 'may'. Nonetheless, a good deal of the conversation here has been on the differences between the original and the franchises, which means this thread is very much so on-topic.
I do hear good things about pizza in Connecticut. Yes indeed I do. But you almost seem to imply that a conversation about any pizza other than found in CT isn't worth having. If so, allow me to add here that you are certainly entitled to your opinion, but I believe most of us enjoy discussing many different regional pizzas, including but not limited to Chicago style.
Have a nice day, and enjoy your pizza, whatever pizza it happens to be.