5 Pizza Places in America You Can't Miss

Pizza is arguably our most varied and beloved culinary genre
Di Fara
These pizza places definitely worth visiting.

Pizza is arguably our most varied and beloved culinary genre, one whose followers are some of the most opinionated, and yet it remains one of the most accessible foods there is. Even the country’s most expensive, remote, and esteemed pizza temple is within reach of the average person’s budget. Every red-blooded American, rich and poor, grew up with his or her preferred regional style of this national fascination, knowing it as the best. Today, there’s better pizza and more knowledge about it and interest in it everywhere. That accessibility and loyalty makes for some tremendously spirited debate.

But at the end of the day who doesn't love a slice of pizza? No matter which way you slice it or what you toppings you add, pizza is a heavenly creation. For all of you pizza lovers out there, these are five pizza places you need to visit. 

5. Sally’s Apizza, New Haven Conn. (Tomato Pie: Tomato Sauce, No Cheese)

4. Roberta’s, Brooklyn N.Y. (Margherita)

3. Pizzeria Bianco, Phoenix, AZ (Margherita: Tomato Sauce, Fresh Mozzarella, Basil)

2. Di Fara, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Classic Round Pie: Mozzarella, Parmesan, Plum Tomato Sauce, Basil, Olive Oil, Sausage, Peppers, Mushroom, Onion)

1. Frank Pepe, New Haven, Conn. (White Clam: Clams, Grated Parmesan, Olive Oil, Garlic, Oregano)

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