My first love will always be tacos. However, for as long as I can remember I've celebrated with pizza. If I kicked butt with my reading program in elementary school, your girl was headed straight to Pizza Hut to get her free personal pan pizza. If it was my birthday there was only one place that I wanted to go, give me a place where the pepperoni never runs out and the arcade lights up and makes all the sounds.

Although I am pushing 30 now, nothing has changed. I still find myself dreaming about pizza at lunchtime and if it were up to me, I would have pizza at least 4 times per week. Let me be clear, I do not discriminate against pizza. I love it all. Spicy red sauce? Olive oil-based? Alfredo sauce? I want it all. I don't see color or discriminate against flavor profiles when I go out to eat pizza.

Here is my dilemma, I can never decide where to go when it comes to pizza. I love going to support a family-owned business and a locally owned spot. Nothing beats supporting locals.

If you could only go to one place when it comes to getting your pizza fix where would you go? You can send me a direct message here. Where do you go and what type of pizza do you order? Do you add anything to the pizza or are you all about keeping it simple with a cheese or pepperoni order? Tell me all about the pizza that calls your name.

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