I’ll admit it .
Being from New York City , I am that Pizza snob.
No pizza is as good as the pizza in New York .
Chicago style pizza, though is right up there with New York style pizza though.
That deep dish pizza is DA BOMB!
When I’m up in Canada , I have to make a stop at the pizza chain known as Pizza Pizza.
Now whether they’re affiliated with Little Caesars chain here in the United States , I don’t know .
It’s one of the first places the Sports Diva goes to when I’m in The True North , next to Tim Horton’s that is.
Gotta have my Tim Horton coffee or Vanilla Latte while I’m in Canada you know.
But back to Pizza Pizza.
It’s so good and while it doesn’t hit the spot like New York and Chicago style pizza does, I can eat it all the time while in Canada .
The slices are big and they slice them in two.
Can never turn down two slices for the price of one, peeps, and like a true New York City gal, I fold my pizza to eat it.
My favorite is the Pepperoni special for $5.49.
For me it’s pepperoni pizza, ginger ale and one of the most popular kind of potato chips in the country, All Dressed.
They even have a gluten free pizza, which takes a little longer to make , but according to my Circle of Sister Mish, it’s so good .
Mish is also a New York City pizza snob , so that’s high praise.
The only no no that the Sports Diva has about Pizza Pizza is when they ask you if you want dipping sauce to go with your pizza.
It cost extra.
Sorry, you can take the girl out of New York City , but you can’t take the Five Boroughs out of the girl .
Dipping sauce for pizza?!
Are you for real right now ?
That’s like putting pineapple and ham on pizza, although I understand some folks like that too.
You might not be a pizza fan (what’s wrong with you?!), but while in Canada, visit Pizza Pizza for some cheap eats that won’t break your budget.