Pizza is a food that everyone enjoys. It's so adaptable that even the pickiest eaters will find something they will enjoy. Many American pizzerias have done their best to stay true to the classic recipe, so you don't have to fly to Italy to have a piece of authentic pizza. These are, without a doubt, America's top pizza joints, and you'll want to visit them all.
Mister O-1 is a hip pizza spot in Miami, Florida, so keep it in mind if you're planning a trip to the beach anytime soon. Traditional & Special Pizzas, Small Pizzas, and Extraordinary Pizzas are the three parts of their extensive pizza menu. The latter category contains a variety of unusual combos that you won't find at your neighborhood Domino.
If you've ever wanted to be Beyoncé, a posh pizzeria in Brooklyn will put you one step closer to realizing your dream. Yes, this restaurant is so outstanding that it has attracted the likes of Queen Bey and Jay-Z. That's what you call good publicity. When Mark Iacono established Lucali's in 2006, he took a huge risk because he had never baked a pizza before.
The homemade dough is topped with both low-moisture mozzarella and buffalo mozzarella, creating a very creamy meal. Lucali's is more premium than many other well-known pizzerias, making it ideal for date evenings or gatherings.
Pizzana, unlike many of the other eateries included here, is a newcomer. However, we feel it has the potential to become a landmark pizzeria in the same vein as New York's legendary Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana.
Daniele Uditi, an Italian chef, created this pizza in Los Angeles intended to bring a taste of Italy to the Golden State while also infusing characteristics of the Golden State into the classic meal.
Without a visit to Pizzeria Vetri, no vacation to Philadelphia is complete. Marc Vetri, an award-winning chef, opened the restaurant in 2013 intended to serve authentic Neapolitan pizzas. Their pizzas are light, crispy, and savory, so consider that task accomplished.
The chef makes the dough from scratch over three days, using whole grain flour to keep the crust delicious. Your pizza will be ready in three minutes, thanks to their wood-fired oven.
If you're not Italian, you may or may not be familiar with the concept of fried pizza or Montana, but chances are you now want to give it a try. Forcella in Brooklyn is the ideal place to do so (apart from Naples). Women in Naples make Montana by flash-frying the dough and topping it with prepared tomato sauce with either Parmesan or Romano cheese. It's a popular street snack in modern Naples.
Buddy's Pizza in Detroit is the place to go if you're looking for something distinct yet still absolutely delicious. They specialize in Detroit-style pizza, which is square and has a thick crust, and takes inspiration from Sicilian pies. It's ideal for days when you're craving all of the carbohydrates.
This article is based on the author's personal views and not on any promotional views; if you have ever had an amazing pizza spot, I would love to see your comment.