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Review Appendix: Pizza Crawl in Pictures

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This week's column had me trekking alongside local pizza blogger Lapp of Worstpizza.com as we took on three pie-slinging joints in one night. You can check out the article for my conclusions on La Fontana Pizzeria in Coral Springs, Nino's Restaurant & Pizzeria in Boca Raton, and Tucci's Fire N Coal Pizza, also in Boca. But here's a little visual accompaniment -- a side dish if you will -- a couple of pics each of the pies in question. Now get ready to set sail on the seas of cheese, my friends. 




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