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There are three Trophy locations - one hosts food trucks, another has a bar food menu - but when you want arguably the best pizza in Raleigh, head to the third location on Morgan. You can choose a specialty pie like the Local Celebrity (corn base, fontina, tomato, cheerwine-braised brisket, and jalapeno pesto) or The Indoor Kid (garlic herb cream sauce, spinach, artichokes, provolone, and parmesan), or make your own. Regardless of what you choose, it’ll go perfectly with one of their beers on tap.

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