Owner of Big River Pizza Brendan Albert has the pizzas that Clarence valley residents love. Photo: Adam Hourigan/The Daily Examiner
Owner of Big River Pizza Brendan Albert has the pizzas that Clarence valley residents love. Photo: Adam Hourigan/The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

That’s a tasty piece of pizza

WHEN The Daily Examiner asked about your favourite Clarence Valley pizza, there was a clear front runner.

Big River Pizza on Prince St, Grafton, came in as the number one place to pick up a pizza while The Naked Famous Pizza Bar at South Grafton and Sassafras at Yamba, Australis Pizza at South Grafton all rated as honourable mentions.

Despite the many great pizza places in the valley, our Facebook likers also preferred their own slices with home made versions also popular.

But we want to know more about your pizza preferences.

Answer our simple poll questions below so we can find out more about what valley pizza lovers like.

Do more ingredients make for a better pizza?

This poll ended on 03 August 2014.

Current Results

Yes

36%

No

63%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

The Naked and Famous Piza Bar rated a mention among the favourite pizza places on the Clarence valley.
The Naked and Famous Piza Bar rated a mention among the favourite pizza places on the Clarence valley. Jojo Newby

 

 

Should pineapple be a pizza topping?

This poll ended on 03 August 2014.

Current Results

Yes

61%

No

38%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

 

Should there be such a thing as dessert pizzas?

This poll ended on 03 August 2014.

Current Results

Yes

38%

No

61%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

 

What's your thought on having a cheesy crust on your pizza?

This poll ended on 03 August 2014.

Current Results

Yes

31%

No

68%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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