Tournament of Pizza 2010 voting

i heart pizza

We can't wait!

Update: The polls are closed! Thanks for voting!

The return of that august tradition, the AOA Tournament of Pizza, is almost here. For the first time, half the field will be filled based on voting from the crowd.

The ballot is after the jump. Please vote for one pizzeria in each bracket. You can only fill out one ballot from each computer. Voting ends this Friday, September 10, at noon.

Thanks to everyone who submitted a nomination!

The four winners from last year's brackets -- Pasquale's (Albany), Nunzio's (Saratoga), Marino's Flying Pizza (Schenectady) and I Love (Troy) -- automatically return for this year's competition. The four remaining slots will be based on picks by the editors.


I asked this last year on twitter: how does one get to be on the judging panel?

@derryX: We have the same panel coming back from last year: Albany Jane, Renee, Joe and Daniel B. They did a great job -- and everyone got along (even if they're opinions differed).

Time to get the ol' stomach stretched and ready!

great food all around. Good luck everybody

May I be an alternate? You never know. One of them could be struck with food poisoning and not be able to fulfill their duties :)

great pizza

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