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With their light, thin-crust pizzas and the lively - and very red - space, Dinette taught the city that sometimes it’s fun to get dressed up and spend $20 on a pie. When this place opened in 2008, their prosciutto-arugula pizza was revolutionary, and it remains one of the best dishes in the city. Dinette still holds up and it’s a great place to go with anyone you’re close enough to say, “Sorry, I don’t want to share.”

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