It can be diffficult to decide between the various regional-styles of pies on offer at this tiny spot. While all are authentically crafted and topped with premium ingredients (proscuitto di Parma, Calabrian chiles, burrata), the Detroit-style, with its caramelized cheese crust, is a delicious choice.
Enjoy wood-fired Detroit-style pizza, craft beers, and cocktails at this classic joint, formerly home to the historic Bonfils Theatre. Try the Spartan pizza, sauced with artichoke-spinach dip, or the bone marrow and parsley salad appetizer.
Lovers of Chicago-style deep dish pizza flock to this spot, which shares space with the Bar Car, for authentic pies, hot dogs, and grinders.
This casual joint serves up authentic Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, hot and cold subs, and hot dogs. Order the smoked chicken wings and Italian beef sandwich and wash it down with a house-made Bloody Mary.
Enjoy New York-style pizza with a wide selection of craft brews. Try the Laughing Buffalo for a classic Margherita pie, or the Black and Bleu (topped with steak and bleu cheese) for a Western vibe.
Customize your pizza pie from the crust—note the gluten-free option—to the toppings, which include jerk chicken, grilled angus steak, and chicken apple sausage.
This Ballpark pizza joint keeps it simple with a menu featuring four signature pizza and a build-your-own option in addition to salad and a calzone. Drop in for lunch or late night and share a pie with friends. Try the Charlie loaded with pepperoni, mushroom, onion, tomato, and fresh basil.
Drop into this fast-casual pizzeria concept for contemporary neapolitan-style pizza. Build your own pizza or choose from one of Pizzeria Locale's classics, such as the crudo topped with mozzarella, prosciutto, tomato sauce, and arugula.
Tucked inside the Atomic Cowboy, the spot's menu is small (just three pizza varieties, including a gluten-free version), but it's cheap and servings are enormous.
Grimaldi's is a New York institution with a century of serving coal-fired, build-your-own pizzas and calzones behind it.