Di Fara Pizza (Brooklyn, NY) - This family-owned pizzeria has been making some of the best pizza in the world for over 50 years, using only the freshest ingredients and a wood-fired oven.
Pizzeria Bianco (Phoenix, AZ) - This award-winning pizzeria is known for its delicious, thin-crust pizza made with fresh ingredients and a wood-fired oven.
Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana (New Haven, CT) - Founded in 1925, this legendary pizzeria is famous for its coal-fired, thin-crust pizza and its signature white clam pie.
Sally's Apizza (New Haven, CT) - Another legendary pizzeria in New Haven, Sally's is known for its thin, crispy crust and delicious toppings.
Lombardi's Pizza (New York, NY) - Founded in 1905, Lombardi's is considered by many to be the first pizzeria in the United States. Its coal-fired pizza has been delighting customers for over a century.
Grimaldi's Pizzeria (Brooklyn, NY) - This famous pizzeria has several locations across the country, but the original in Brooklyn is known for its coal-fired pizza with a crispy, thin crust.
Una Pizza Napoletana (New York, NY) - This small pizzeria is known for its Neapolitan-style pizza, made with fresh mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes.
Modern Apizza (New Haven, CT) - This family-owned pizzeria has been making delicious pizza since 1934, with a focus on using fresh, high-quality ingredients.
Buddy's Pizza (Detroit, MI) - This iconic pizzeria in Detroit is known for its deep-dish, square-shaped pizza with crispy edges and a thick layer of toppings.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria (Chicago, IL) - This Chicago-style pizzeria is known for its deep-dish pizza with a buttery, flaky crust and lots of cheese and toppings.