Nope, E3 Isn’t Leaving Los Angeles

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#51 Posted by ptys (1858 posts) -

I thought the L.A. Raiders were the team? My god I see what you mean about deep dish pizza, that thing looks incredible. Must plan another trip to the States.

#52 Posted by kollay (1926 posts) -

@dagas said:

LA has a football team, Los Angeles Galaxy.

#53 Posted by jamesisaacs (220 posts) -

What's in that pizza, minced brain?

#54 Posted by Delta_Ass (3246 posts) -

Deep dish pizza isn't a pizza.

#55 Posted by hostyl1 (20 posts) -

@YOUNGLINK said:

Btw, that pizza looks like Gino's East.

I was thinking more Lou Malnatti's, but it's likely Giordano's.

BTW: Thick Crust > Thin Crust... literally! :)

#56 Posted by Agent_Eli (136 posts) -

As someone who has always thought that working in the games industry would be cool, This news of e3 not coming to my hometown is saddening.

#57 Posted by OneManX (1676 posts) -

@Delta_Ass said:

Deep dish pizza isn't a pizza.

I agree with this statement.

#58 Posted by Spiritof (2017 posts) -

After the last two or three lackluster E3s, might as well have it in Albuquerque.

#59 Posted by Kevin_Cogneto (990 posts) -

@OneManX said:

@Delta_Ass said:

Deep dish pizza isn't a pizza.

I agree with this statement.

If you guys really need to alter the definition of "pizza" so that you can continue to tell yourself that your hometown's pizza is the best, you go right ahead.

#60 Posted by sirdesmond (1234 posts) -

That's a darn shame. I definitely would have made my way out there if it was in Chicago (I'm in Indianapolis). Plus, Deep Dish Pizza is the best. Oh well...

#61 Posted by wolf_blitzer85 (5250 posts) -

Can't wait for my uncle to send me some pizza this Christmas. If we're really lucky, he'll also send Italian beef.

I need some deep dish now.

#62 Posted by misclet (98 posts) -

woo good. as much as everyone hates la for their own reasons, i think its easy to get around and condensed. but i'm technically not working e3 so i just enjoy my time there.

#63 Posted by OneManX (1676 posts) -

@Kevin_Cogneto said:

@OneManX said:

@Delta_Ass said:

Deep dish pizza isn't a pizza.

I agree with this statement.

If you guys really need to alter the definition of "pizza" so that you can continue to tell yourself that your hometown's pizza is the best, you go right ahead.

We don't do pizza in the south... I put Deep Dish in the same vein as Lasagna.

#64 Posted by Shady (503 posts) -

@OneManX said:

@Kevin_Cogneto said:

@OneManX said:

@Delta_Ass said:

Deep dish pizza isn't a pizza.

I agree with this statement.

If you guys really need to alter the definition of "pizza" so that you can continue to tell yourself that your hometown's pizza is the best, you go right ahead.

We don't do pizza in the south... I put Deep Dish in the same vein as Lasagna.

Sucks to be you I guess.

#65 Edited by Dan_CiTi (3147 posts) -

Looking at deep dish pizza makes me sick. Eating it again would probably give me a headache and diarrhea. I don't even like "doughy" normal pizza.

#66 Posted by Draxyle (1778 posts) -

That deep dish pizza is beautiful and horrifying at the same time.

And I suppose I'm glad to hear this, as I've been able to actually attend the last 3 years. Part of me is getting tired of it all though, and was I was hoping for an excuse to not go. It's a whole lot of waiting in line for games that are way too "broad appeal" for my liking anymore. Next year should be a lot more interesting at least.

#67 Posted by Hero_Swe (1109 posts) -

The fuck?! That is not a pizza, that's a god damn pie!

#68 Posted by liako21 (519 posts) -

damn that looks good.

#69 Posted by Grimluck343 (1146 posts) -

Deep dish pizza is highly overrated.

#70 Posted by Alo81 (82 posts) -
appears to be preamture.

Just a heads up about the typo Patrick.

#71 Edited by NoUsernameAvailable (28 posts) -

That pizza reminds me of something from Man vs Food. It probably has enough calories to start its own space exploration program as well.

#72 Posted by mlarrabee (2868 posts) -

Between that pizza and this pizza:

... I really want pizza.

#73 Posted by YOUNGLINK (536 posts) -

@hostyl1 said:

@YOUNGLINK said:

Btw, that pizza looks like Gino's East.

I was thinking more Lou Malnatti's, but it's likely Giordano's.

BTW: Thick Crust > Thin Crust... literally! :)

Agreed!

#74 Posted by MikkaQ (10261 posts) -

Not eating deep dish pizza when I visited Chicago still remains one of my biggest regrets.

#75 Posted by AbeBroHamLincon (88 posts) -

i really do not care were E3 is held its not like i ever go .....E3 is on my PC every year so ya.

#76 Posted by adam1808 (1355 posts) -

That pizza can't be legal.

#77 Posted by plato84 (67 posts) -

Its all irrelevent as world is ending in december

#78 Posted by dropabombonit (1481 posts) -

I'm happy it's staying in L.A just because I'm used to it being there

#79 Posted by jscro (34 posts) -

Patrick Klepek The next time you're in L.A. give Hollywood Pies on Robertson a shot. Their pizzas are as close to Chicago as you're going to get around here.

#80 Posted by MonkeyKing1969 (2518 posts) -

Man, you have to think the people of Chicago took the phrase pizza-pie too much to heart. I'm sure they mean well, but Chicago style pizza makes me want to retch.

#81 Edited by gakushya (66 posts) -

Los Angeles still doesn’t have a football team yet, of course.

hhhmmm I can't recall the last time I've seen the words 'still' and 'yet' in the same sentence. I can't figure out what the hell it means! what does this sentence mean? i think paraphrases to "still doesn't yet have". damn you klepek

edit: ah okay nvm I think i get it

#82 Posted by Clonedzero (4036 posts) -

deep dish pizza sucks

#83 Posted by Mr402 (135 posts) -

I'll be in Chi town next week for a wedding.   Where is the best place to go to get the real deal deep dish?  I also want to try the thin crust bar style they cut into squares.   Also a italian beef sandwich.    Damn I'm hungry...... 

#84 Posted by Corvak (830 posts) -

Never having been to the midwest, I havent had "deep dish pizza" or whatever that thing is called. It looks like you need a fork or something, removing the convenience of pizza :<

Far as E3's location? *shrug* Lots of major cities have been able to work construction around major annual events before.

#85 Posted by TheRoadHead (83 posts) -

Now all I can think about it pizza. The deep dish pizza that UNO does are amazing.

#86 Posted by dvorak (1496 posts) -

I love a good deep dish, but it's extremely hard to come by outside of Chicago. Or even in Chicago for that matter. Everyone thinks they can do it, and nobody wants to make a real thing because it takes the better part of an hour.

#87 Posted by mtcantor (947 posts) -

@dvorak said:

I love a good deep dish, but it's extremely hard to come by outside of Chicago. Or even in Chicago for that matter. Everyone thinks they can do it, and nobody wants to make a real thing because it takes the better part of an hour.

Actually had decent deep dish in St. Paul Minnesota. Agreed though. Very rare.

#88 Posted by TwoOneFive (9459 posts) -

I wish it would come to Philadelphia one year. The two years the X-Games came to philly were fuckin epic

#89 Posted by WolfmanJenkins (178 posts) -

I'm absolutely enamored with pizza and while I would not reject a deep dish pizza if I was offered one, I have to admit deep dish pizza is in the lower tier of pizzas.

#90 Posted by felakuti4life (141 posts) -

@WolfmanJenkins said:

I'm absolutely enamored with pizza and while I would not reject a deep dish pizza if I was offered one, I have to admit deep dish pizza is in the lower tier of pizzas.

Co-sign. If it helps at all, the best pizza I ever had in the greater LA area is Bruno's in Santa Monica.

#91 Posted by seismicshock (46 posts) -

@WolfmanJenkins said:

I'm absolutely enamored with pizza and while I would not reject a deep dish pizza if I was offered one, I have to admit deep dish pizza is in the lower tier of pizzas.

philistine!

#92 Posted by Wrighteous86 (3719 posts) -

@Mr402 said:

I'll be in Chi town next week for a wedding. Where is the best place to go to get the real deal deep dish? I also want to try the thin crust bar style they cut into squares. Also a italian beef sandwich. Damn I'm hungry......

Giordano's, Lou Malnati's, or Gino's East, in that order. I prefer Giordano's, but plenty of people swear by Lou Malnati's, too. We do cut our thin crust into squares. Fox's, Barraco's, Palermo's, Roseangelo's, and Beggars are all brands I swear by, but you're probably okay wherever you go.

Al's Italian Beef is the "famous" Italian Beef place, but I think Portillo's is best (and they LOVE it on the Bombcast). Portillo's is the best place for hot dogs and Maxwell Street Polish, too.

#93 Posted by thugg1280 (87 posts) -

deep dish im here in the south no deep dish for me and that sucks

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