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The 8-Corner pie @ Jet's Pizza

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Truth be told, there's not a single bad part of a pizza. But if you really want to get down to it, we'll take an edge slice over a center every time — and preferably a corner. Jet's Pizza realized how valuable those crispy, crusty end slices are and came up with the most revolutionary thing to happen to pizza since pepperoni: Jet's most popular item, the 8-Corner Pizza, features eight deep-dish square slices, each with its own corner crust. Best of all, with one of these around, you won't piss off everyone else by grabbing all the corner slices. It seems like the Michigan chain is always running a special on this hefty pie, so you can usually pick one up for $11.99. Jet's also offers slices of their regular pizza for $2 — a real bargain for lunchtime crowds at the busy Westlake shop. In addition to that location, Jet's has also landed in Lyndhurst and Middleburg Heights. — Michael Gallucci

Get it at 25947 Detroit Rd., Westlake, 440-892-1200, jetspizza.com.

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