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Your turn: Winnipeg's best pizza

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Over the past few months, several new pizza outlets have opened in Winnipeg, including Pizza Pizza, Papa John's and the return of Mr. Bones.

Winnipeg now has perhaps an embarrassment of cheesy, tomato-y, doughy riches.

The Free Press will be telling you more about the ongoing "Pizza Wars" later this week -- but in the meantime we want to know where the best pizza in the city is found.

Use the comments section below to tell us which pizzeria makes a primo pie, what's on it, and why it's so good.

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You’re ordering your favourite pizza. Where’s it from? What’s on it? What makes it soooo gooooood?

ALECSANDRO FERREIRA MELO

You’re ordering your favourite pizza. Where’s it from? What’s on it? What makes it soooo gooooood?

Over the past few months, several new pizza outlets have opened in Winnipeg, including Pizza Pizza, Papa John's and the return of Mr. Bones.

Winnipeg now has perhaps an embarrassment of cheesy, tomato-y, doughy riches.

The Free Press will be telling you more about the ongoing "Pizza Wars" later this week — but in the meantime we want to know where the best pizza in the city is found.

Use the comments section below to tell us which pizzeria makes a primo pie, what's on it, and why it's so good.

We'll include a selection of your suggestions in an upcoming story.

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