WABASH VALLEY (WTHI) - News 10's group of culinary crunchers have survived another week of some of the best food in the Wabash Valley.
Of course, as you all know, this week's theme was focused on the best pizza in the Wabash Valley.
Our judges rounded up your votes, picked out the top three and traveled near and far to have their taste buds do the tango with the most tantalizing pizzas from locally owned restaurants. Finally, after much deliberation, Mike Latta and his crew of "Professional Eaters" were able to come up with the sole winner of the Fork in the Road's best pizza selection.
First of all, congratulations to the top three: Wise Pies Pizza , Bill Bobe's Pizzeria and Goosepond Pizza . It should be noted that the many votes you received prior to our judges voting is a clear example that your exemplary pizza flavors and style have captured the hearts and stomachs of people all over the Wabash Valley.
It should also be noted that the decision for the top pizza was amongst some of the biggest discussions in the newsroom.
With that said, from News 10 and the entire Fork in the Road crew, we would like to extend our congratulations to Bill Bobe's Pizzeria for taking home the title of Fork in the Road: Best Pizza in the Wabash Valley.
- FORK IN THE ROAD: BILL BOBE'S PIZZERIA | Click here to see photos
With two winners down, we still need your votes to find the Wabash Valley's best cheeseburger and pie. So cast your vote by clicking on the link below. Don't forget to have a photo with your vote; it makes the restaurant you vote for really stand out.
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