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Thursday, August 23, 2012

New Giveaway - $25 Tony D's Gift Card!


It's giveaway time again! This time I have a gift card from Tony D's in Corn Hill, good for $25 toward anything on the menu.
I've written about Tony D's before, and it's good stuff. It also got this rave review by a fellow pizza blogger from Florida. I had lunch at Tony D's recently, and while I'm not doing a full-blown review this time, I've included some photos here so you can get a look at their coal-fired pizza. They do more than just pizza, as you can see from their menu, but pizza is the main draw here.
I usually begin these giveaways on a Friday, but this Friday I'm busy and may not have time, so I'm starting a day early. But it will run till next Friday, August 31. To enter, just leave a comment, any comment, at the end of this blog post. I'd prefer that it be on-topic (your opinion of Tony D's, why you'd like to win, or anything pizza-related), but that's not a requirement. Shortly after noon on the 31st, I'll pick a winner at random. Leave as many comments as you like, but multiple entries will not increase your chances of winning.
If you do win, I'll need a way to contact you, and get the gift card to you in the mail, so either include an email address in your comment (not necessary, if I can get it from your Blogger profile), or email me at rochesternypizzaguy@gmail.com, with your screen name, real name, and postal address. I won't share them with anyone - it's strictly so I can mail the card to you if you win.

16 comments:

  1. Tony D's pizza is good! Have you tried Magnolia's pizza? Their quatro formaggio is one of my favorites.

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  2. Definitely one of the best pizza places in Rochester and it seems to be between Tony D's and Rocco's for the hot oven style pizzas I love.

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  3. Tony D's really does have the greatest pizza in Rochester! To have a gift card to get a pizza from Tony D's...Even better!

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  4. Tony Ds pizza rocks! Arancini followed by a pizza is my standard order! Love the ambiance there too!

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  5. Haven't been there in a while, but it's really good!

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  6. Good idea, it is really hard to think what would be the perfect gift. Household things or baby stuffs might be one of them; the price of the gift will not matter as long as you give it with all your heart.
    The Loot Lady

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  7. Closest thing to Pepe's in Rochester.

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  8. we would love to have a date night at Tony D's!!!

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  9. Tony D's is great! Count me in.

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  10. Haven't tried their pizza, but would love to!

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  12. Oh hey! Thank you for the opportunity to win a Tony D's gift card. ... Let's see, an on topic comment ... Well, I've been to Tony D's a few times and I think they're pizza can be pretty good. The middle bit always has been at least; two of the three times, the crust at the edge has been a bit too well-cooked to be edible, and I'm pretty permissive about such things. They do offer fair warning in their menu that pizzas get cooked to that point, so I don't hold it against them, and the 95% of the pie is always pretty darn good. I heartily agree with Dawn - the Arancini are killer and might be the main draw for me.

    Off topic stuff: Hey, thanks for the blog. I moved to rochester back in november, and I've your blog has been my favorite of the Local genre. I check in and read back posts at least once a month; someday, I'll have to ask advice about how to get my Peter Reinhart inspired pizza's just right. Lastly, I'll put a plug for Little Venice pizza over here in the south wedge. They're just my local joint, but I'm impressed by how tasty they can be. They're a touch inconsistent, and if things get too greasy they can get a bit soggy, but their pies tend to have a real nice flavor and pleasant crust. Especially the smalls. I recommend trying a small pie. The ratio of crust to toppings and how well cooked the crust gets seems to turn out the best.

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  13. I have never eaten legit pizza here in Portland, but I am frequently nomming on it wherever else I eat it on my travels. Lately, we've been making our own - Tony's Garlic Bread for crust - white, red, green onion, garlic, spinach, olives, and three cheese. I'm not very creative, haha!

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  14. I would love to win! I'm new to the Rochester area and am craving some good pizza. A friend of mine from work recommended your blog, and I'm excited see that it's just a treasure trove of Rochester pizza reviews! Can't wait to work through all your reviews and visit the top-rated spots.

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