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Poll: Is Alexandria a good city for pizza?

Andy’s Pizza (image courtesy Emily Brown)

Is Alexandria’s pizza status supreme or is it still a little crusty?

Earlier this week, two new pizza joints opened in Old Town. While among the few by-the-slice restaurants in town, astute readers noted that Fairlington Pizza also serves by-the-slice.

Reaction to the news was a little mixed on social media, with most excited about the new pizza options but a few were a little peeved — saying the city has too many pizza places.

What do you think? Is Alexandria a good place to get pizza? Are there too many spots or too few? What’s your favorite place to get pizza in Alexandria?

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