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For those times when only a slice will do, these are some of our favorite pizza places (in alphabetical order)

Flatbread Neapolitan

Flatbread locally sources ingredients when possible, and also donates back to the community. If you love that wood-fired flavor, this is the place to go. 8th and Main Tower,

The Front Door Northwest Pizza and Tap House

The crust here is a mix of New York and flatbread style, and aged Grana Padano is the cheese of choice. You might think you'll pay a pretty penny, but high quality ingredients and reasonable prices go hand in hand at Front Door. 105 S. Sixth St,

Gino's Italian Ristorante

Well-seasoned sauces, mouthwatering toppings and cheese that complements but doesn't overpower add up to pizza worthy of Gino's upscale atmosphere. 3015 W. McMillan Road,

Gramercy Park Pizza & Grill

Like North End Pizza, Gramercy boasts creative topping combinations, like the Peach and Chong, with its peach sauce, mini onion rings and brie. A visit to Gramercy requires an order of Nirvana Bites for dessert. 1626 S Wells Ave.,

Guido's Original New York Style Pizzeria

With gooey cheese, chewy pepperoni and a floppy crust, a Guido's slice is a rich, oily experience that sets the standard for New York-style pizza in the area. 235 N. Fifth St.,

Lulu's Pizza

With its rich sauces and fresh toppings, Lulu's is the kind of place you'll drive out of your way for because it's just that good. Lulu's: it's where you go to heal your pizza soul. 2594 N Bogus Basin Road,

North End Pizza

Here, you'll find lots of interesting choices, and each innovative design pays off in more than one way: You get great pizza, and North End donates a portion of the proceeds to local charities. 1513 N. 13th St.,

N.Y. Giant Pizza

This is a great place to get pizza after catching a movie, and the name is no joke: The slices are huge. If you like New York-style pizza, you'll want to take on the Giant. 7709 W Overland Road,

Pesto's Pizza Shop

At $18 for a huge 18-inch pie, the math ($1 per inch) is as good as the pizza at Pesto's. 7802 W. Goddard Road,

Pie Hole

Locals have strong feelings about Pie Hole, which is known for its $1 PBRs, the signature potato bacon pie and other unique flavors like Thai chicken and pulled pork. The Pie Hole slice-of-pizza sign has become an iconic part of Boise geography. 205 N. Eighth St.,

Tony's Pizzeria Teatro

Tony's Italian roots are the foundation of this tiny place with big flavor, serving high-quality artisan pizza at a reasonable price. Sit on the patio and you'll feel like you're in a European film set. 105 N. Capitol Blvd.,

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