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Vote: The Most Loved Pizza in Tinley and Oak Forest

The Patch Pizza Playoffs: We're looking for the pizza lover's pizza. But we need your help, and your vote.

Getting ready for Sunday's game? Got the big screen TV and your favorite pizza place on speed dial? When the big game ends, we may have a champion but the debate over who's really the best never ends.

That's true for pizza, too. But Patch's Pizza Playoffs aims to find The Most Loved Pizza in the Southland. Patch's fans know what they like.

"Blarney Stone. Hands down. (Especially the BBQ Chicken)" — Billy Beechy

"Papa's has the best pizza! Cracker thin crust, perfect amount of sauce and always fresh ingredients! Love it!" — Paul Boersma

"Ed & Joe's hands down!!! The BEST taco pizza EVER!!!!" — Lisa DeVitto Vanderwall

"Guardi's.... delivered by Big Al himself in the Escalade" — Mitch McAwesum

"Old Tinley Pub and Eatery has the BEST thin crust pizzas! Hidden food gem in Tinley!Not only that but they have one of the best French Onon soups I have ever tried, their cheesy beefs on garlic bread are another great choice." — Meaghan Elizabeth

Here's our lineup for Tinley Park and Oak Forest. We're focusing solely on local pizza places — no regional or national chains. Voting will end at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5.  

Talk up your favorite in the comments. Tell everyone why you love a particular pie!

The pizza to garner the most votes in this round will advance to the championship round, facing off against winners from throughout South Suburban Patchland.

Carrie Frillman February 07, 2012 at 05:41 PM
Hi Jennifer D! Thanks for your input. In case you missed this announcement earlier in the comments, we'll be holding a blind tasting next week.
mary February 07, 2012 at 10:36 PM
Jennifer give Ameera's Pizzaria a try they have a special large cheese pizza $4.99. can't go wrong thin crust and good .
mary February 07, 2012 at 10:39 PM
Jennifer Come try Ameera's Pizzaria, !~!
Dana Albano February 08, 2012 at 03:12 AM
A blind taste test needs to be conducted for all of the original seven pizza places in Tinley Park that were on the ballot. This would be a true test of who actually has the best tasting pizza and not a popularity contest. It could be an event and money could be donated to charity.
Dana Albano February 08, 2012 at 03:14 AM
Will this blind tasting be among the original list?

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