Pizza at Trolley Stop 

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Okay, I'm just going to lay down the gauntlet. There isn't a slice of pizza in town consistently as good as the slices at Trolley Stop Market. The fresh ingredients trucked over from Whitton Farms and the extra love from Jillbilly's kitchen surely give it an unfair advantage. The crust is true perfection. It's New York-style, so it's thin and it bends, but it is sturdy enough to hold up to the weight of the toppings, cheese, and sauce. Oh, the sauce! Fresh and flavorful but not overpowering. Each slice always has the perfect amount of cheese, and you can be assured that it will string out in front of you with every bite. As far as the toppings go, you can't go wrong. Pizzas are made all day long and come out with everything from farm-fresh squash, yellow cherry tomatoes, herbs, and a medley of mushrooms to the standard pepperoni. If you want one made especially for you, they'll do that too. Order a slice, and it will easily be the best $3.50 you ever spent. But take it from me, go ahead and order two. — Stacey Greenberg

Trolley Stop Market, 704 Madison (526-1361)

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