July 12, 2009


So there you have it. The scores are in, the leaderboard is public and you can all draw your own conclusions as to who the winners are. We'll give out our awards shortly, but before we start doling out certificates, we'd like to milk this cow for a little bit longer. We'd like to inject some fun and controversy and interactivity into the veins of the Tour and go out with a bang.

We've thus devised the Stamford Pizza Tournament, a winner-take-all, cutthroat postseason event pitting the very best pizzas in Stamford up against one another in an all day fight to the finish.

Here's how it's going to work. We'll assemble an elite team of as many guest judges as we can get our hands on to go into the restaurants that fared well on the Tour, we'll tell them to give us the best pizza they've got, complete with as many toppings, oils, and seasonings as they think we can handle, then we'll eat it and move on to the next place. At the end of the day, we'll each rank the pizzas from first to worst, compile the results, and declare a Tournament Champion. We're still working out some of the details and logistics (and we're open to suggestions, so don't be afraid to drop us an e-mail), but stay tuned, this is going to be fun.

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