Where to Get Delicious Pizza in All 50 States
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Where to Get Delicious Pizza in All 50 States

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Where to Get Delicious Pizza in All 50 States
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Lake Martin Pizza in Alabama, Dadeville
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Alabama: Lake Martin Pizza

Dadeville
These thin-crust specialists serves up pizza with a side of friendly service. Lake Martin's varied menu of premium pizzas has non-marinara bases such as Alfredo or hot wing sauce starting at $18 for a 14-inch pie, or $10 for plain cheese.

Moose's Tooth in Anchorage, Alaska
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Alaska: Moose's Tooth

Anchorage
The choices of pizza are nearly endless at this popular Anchorage haunt. The Tooth has unusual variations of the classics, including Spicy Thai Chicken ($11.25 for a 10-inch), Amazing Apricot ($12.25), and Greek Gyro ($12.25).

My Slice of the Pie Pizzeria in Arizona, Phoenix
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Arizona: My Slice of the Pie Pizzeria

Phoenix
This pizzeria injects regional spice into this Italian specialty with its roasted habanero Southwestern-style sauce, available on any pie in lieu of marinara. Call ahead for delivery or pickup from My Slice Of The Pie and choose a self-made pie or specialties such as the "Al Pastor What?" ($15 for 12 inches, $26 for 18 inches).

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ZaZa Fine Salad and Wood Oven Pizza Co. in Little Rock, Arkansas
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Arkansas: Zaza Fine Salad and Wood Oven Pizza Co.

Little Rock and Conway
The Little Rock branch of this pizzeria starts its pies with San Marzano tomato-based sauces. The Italian authenticity doesn't affect prices at Zaza. Here prices start at $13.50 for a Margherita pie and $14 for specialty pies.

Brooklyn Pizza, Reseda, California
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California: Brooklyn Pizza

Reseda
Family-owned Brooklyn Pizza has been making New York-style pizza for 35 years. Start with a $10 medium (14-inch) cheese pie and add toppings for $1.50 each, or try the Brooklyn Works or White Night ($16 for a medium) for something a little different.

Blue Pan Pizza, Denver, Colorado
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Colorado: Blue Pan Pizza

Denver
This pizzeria in the Mile High City makes thick, Detroit-style pizzas ($11 for a small that serves two people). Choose from high-end toppings such as naturally cased pepperoni, fresh ricotta, and Anaheim chilies. Blue Pan also makes New York and Chicago-style pies.

Zuppardi's Apizza in New Haven, Connecticut
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Connecticut: Zuppardi's Apizza

West Haven
New Haven-style pizza gives New York City a run for its money as the pizza capital of the Northeast with the family-owned Zuppardi's Apizza. The pizza highlights at this neighborhood institution are the meatball marinara ($10 for a small) and the escarole and beans ($11.75 for a small).

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Café Napoli Restaurant and Pizzeria in Wilmington, Delaware
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Delaware: Café Napoli Restaurant and Pizzeria

Wilmington
This charming Italian eatery serves up authentic pies with great prices. The Sicilian deep dish at Café Napoli is hearty and rich (a small is $15), and those in search of a gourmet pizza can try the Buffalo chicken for $17 for a 14-inch medium.

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The Wine Barn in Winter Park, Florida
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Florida: The Big Cheese

Miami
The Big Cheese has been around for more than 30 years and only uses Baccio mozzarella from Wisconsin, so you know it has to be good. A cheese slice costs $3.25, while a cheese 14-inch large pizza starts at $17.75 (additional toppings are $2.50).

Georgia: Fellini's Pizza
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Georgia: Fellini's Pizza

Multiple locations in Atlanta
You can grab a New York-style slice at Fellini's for $2.75, or $13 for a medium pie. Traditional toppings are available. Fellini's Special comes in regular or Sicilian crust and includes toppings such as meatballs, green olives, peppers, sausage, and mushrooms ($19 for a medium). Open for pickup and delivery.

Hawaii: Brick Fire Tavern
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Hawaii: Brick Fire Tavern

Honolulu
The owners of Brick Fire Tavern have trained in the Neapolitan art of pizza-making, and the expertise can be tasted in every bite of the wood-fired, traditional pizzas. Try the Margherita ($15) or pepperoni ($17).

Idaho: Guido's Original New York Style Pizzeria
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Idaho: Guido's Original New York Style Pizzeria

Boise
Guido's in downtown Boise serves slices ($2.50 for cheese) and pies notable for cheap prices and thin crust. Medium pies are a whopping 18 inches and start at $13.

Lou Malnati's Pizzeria, Chicago, Illinois
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Oley's Pizza in Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Indiana: Oley's Pizza

Fort Wayne
Oley's Pizza bakes a pie just as delicious as anything served in Chicago. The family-owned restaurant is famous for stuffed "double crust" pies starting at $16 for a small cheese and $13 for single-crust specialty pizzas.

Fong's Pizza in Des Moines, Iowa
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Iowa: Fong's Pizza

Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, and Ankeny
Part tiki bar, part pizza parlor, Fong's Pizza lets customers create their own pizza ($13 for a 16-inch, $1.50 for each topping). But why not try some of the quirky combinations like Mac and Cheese, Fongolian Beef, or Crab Rangoon ($23 for a 16-inch pie)?

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AJ's NY Pizzeria in Topeka, Kansas
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Kansas: AJ's NY Pizzeria

Topeka and Manhattan
An unfussy place, AJ's has specialty pies such as the Greek-flavored John Stamos and the Gentleman Jimmy's Taco Pie, starting at $17. But if you're looking for classic pizza, try a 14-inch cheese pie for $13.

Impellizzeri's in Louisville, Kentucky
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Kentucky: Impellizzeri's

Louisville, Elizabethtown, Middletown
Impellizzeri's features "Louisville-style" pizza, each pie baked with two layers of cheese and two layers of toppings. Enjoy a dense, fully loaded pie such as the chicken bacon ranch starting at $15 for a 10-inch.

Pizza Delicious in New Orleans, Louisiana
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Louisiana: Pizza Delicious

New Orleans
This pizzeria in the Crescent City’s Bywater neighborhood earned its reputation as the city's premier pizza place with foldable slices as cheap as they are delicious ($16 for an 18-inch cheese). Specialty pies and toppings change daily, but have included vegan peppadew, hot coppa, and sriracha pineapple.

Derosier's in Freeport, Maine
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Maine: Derosier's

Freeport
Open since 1904, Derosier's sells pizza slices all day starting at less than $3, but if you have the appetite, it's more economical to grab a 14-inch cheese pizza for $12. Or try the Buffalo chicken with blue cheese dressing and chives for $19.

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Maryland: Matthew's Pizza
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Ernesto's, Boston, Massachusetts
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Massachusetts: Ernesto's

Boston
This North End institution makes pizza in one size — an extra-large 18-inch — so bring an appetite. Cheese is $16 and most toppings are $2. Speciality pizzas include the ZaZa white pizza and Buffalo Chicken Supreme.

Supino Pizzeria, Detroit, Michigan
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Michigan: Supino Pizzeria

Detroit
Supino Pizzeria offers either red or white specialty pizzas, but diners can also get an 18-inch for $13. Due to the pandemic, the menu is limited. 

Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza in St. Paul, Minnesota
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Minnesota: Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza

Minneapolis, St. Paul
With three locations in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Black Sheep uses coal ovens to craft thin pizza crusts to crunchy perfection. The menu includes 12 pizzas and a host of ingredients for guests to design their own 12- or 16-inch sizes. A 16-inch cheese pizza is $19.50.

Sal and Mookie's in Jackson, Mississippi
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Mississippi: Sal and Mookie's

Jackson, Madison, and Biloxi
New York pizza is the draw at Sal and Mookie's. Specialty pizzas are named for various Big Apple landmarks and people, such as the Upper West Side and CBGB. Customers can also build their own 14-inch pies for $13 (toppings extra).

Pizza-A-Go-Go in St. Louis, Missouri
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Eugene's Pizza in Glasgow, Montana
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Lighthouse Pizza and Fries in Omaha, Nebraska
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Nebraska: Lighthouse Pizza and Fries

Omaha
The home of the 9-inch slice ($7) lets customers choose five toppings or a specialty pizza. Try to resist Lighthouse’s Mac & Cheese or the Ed & Sal (topped with bacon and Parmesan garlic fries).

Dom Demarco's Pizzeria in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Nevada: Dom DeMarco's Pizzeria

Las Vegas
When in Sin City, try Dom DeMarco's cheese-and-pepperoni Di Fara special ($30 for the full order) — if you can resist Northeast favorites such as littleneck clam or pesto and grilled chicken. Every pizza can be ordered in New York-style or as a Detroit square-pan pizza.

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Tilton House of Pizza in Tilton, New Hampshire
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New Hampshire: Tilton House of Pizza

Tilton
It's hard to beat the prices at this Granite State restaurant, where most large pies are just over $12. For a heartier pizza, order the chicken and broccoli Alfredo pie ($17.25 for a large).

Star Tavern, Orange, New Jersey
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New Jersey: Star Tavern

Orange
The Star Tavern measures up to New York City pizzerias with its selection of signature pies. Try the white clam or three-cheese, both under $16.

Giovanni's Pizzeria in Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Joe's Pizza, New York City, New York
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New York: Joe's Pizza

Multiple locations in New York City
It doesn't get much simpler than Joe's Pizza, a white-tiled New York institution serving $3 slices. The original Greenwich Village location is always busy and has been in business since 1975.

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Peri Brothers Pizza in Raleigh, North Carolina
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North Carolina: Peri Brothers Pizza

Raleigh
At Peri Brothers, pizza comes New York style or with Sicilian thick crust, and there's a Queens style (upside-down Sicilian), and even a "Grandma Sicilian" with basil, tomatoes, and thin crust. Fresh toppings include buffalo mozzarella, fresh basil, and ground sirloin, and 14-inch New York-style pies start at $13.

Rhombus Pizza in Fargo, North Dakota
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North Dakota: Rhombus Guys Pizza

Fargo, Grand Forks, and Mentor
All three Rhombus Guys locations are known for thin-crust pizzas and colorful specialty pies. At the Fargo location, try the T-Rex, loaded with Canadian bacon, bacon, beef, and a few other choice proteins  ($10 and up), or the Taco ($11 and up).

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Crust in Tremont, Ohio
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Ohio: Crust

Cleveland
A somewhat divey pizzeria in the city's trendy Tremont neighborhood, Crust has made a name for itself by cooking from scratch with fresh, local ingredients. A medium cheese pizza is $12, while a large is $14. Speciality pizzas start at $17 and include a spanakopita pie and a roasted eggplant that has arugula and a balsamic reduction. 

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Hideaway Pizza in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Oklahoma: Hideaway Pizza

Oklahoma City and multiple locations elsewhere
This 19-location chain (two in Arkansas) has a long list of pizzas starting with a small cheese for $9.29 and almost any topping imaginable. The 13-ingredient large Xtreme is among the most expensive, at $24.29 for a 16-inch. Recommended: the vegetarian Pizza of the Gods, with olive oil and artichoke hearts.

Life of Pie Pizza in Portland, Oregon
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Oregon: Life of Pie Pizza

Portland
Life Of Pie Pizza makes good use of the region’s agricultural bounty, putting all sorts of local ingredients atop its wood-fired, bubbly-crusted 11-inch pizzas. A basic Margherita starts at $12, and specialty pie prices go up to $15.

Santucci's Original Square Pizza in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania: Santucci's Original Square Pizza

Philadelphia
Philadelphians come to Santucci's for a regional specialty: square pies where the sauce is layered over the cheese. A 9-inch pizza starts at $10, and prices top out at $27 for BBQ at 17 inches.  

Figidini Wood-Fire Eatery in Providence, Rhode Island
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Rhode Island: Figidini Wood-Fire Eatery

Providence
In addition to baking Neapolitan-style pizzas in a wood-fired oven, Figidini boasts of using powder-fine, European-style "00" flour. Prices begin at $16 for a marinara and never exceed $24 (for a burrata made with San Marzano tomatoes, salametto piccante, and shaved garlic).

D'Allesandro's Pizza in Charleston, South Carolina
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South Carolina: D'Allesandro's Pizza

Charleston
D'Allesandro's Pizza offers hand-tossed pizzas with lots of variety for not much money: 10-inch pizzas start under $7, and the 16-inch Supreme and Greek pizzas top out at $23.36. A menu highlight is the Beetnick ($10.24 for a small) with goat cheese, bacon, rosemary, and golden beets.

The Independent Ale House in Rapid City, South Dakota
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South Dakota: the Independent Ale House

Rapid City
It's a fine bar, but where the Independent Ale House truly shines is its cheap pizzas — large enough to serve two for $11 or less. The mashed potato pizza with bacon bits and garlic-mashed red potatoes is $10, and The Hasselhoff cheeseburger pizza is $11.

Hog & Hominy in Memphis, Tennessee
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Tennessee: Hog & Hominy

Nashville 
It's possible to get a Chicago-style pizza in Nashville at 312 Pizza, but you can also grab a 12-inch, thin-crust pizza for $13 if you prefer. Want to go a little over-the-top? Grab a deep-dish Capone, which has Italian beef, bacon, chunk sausage, and pepperoni for $27. PBS fans dubbed 312 the best in the city, so give it's worth trying. 

Via 313 in Austin, Texas
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Texas: Via 313

Austin
Four trailers and bricks-and-mortar locations bring the crunchy-crust pan pizza of Detroit to Austin. At Via 313, the signature Detroiter pie ($13 for a "small" large enough to serve two) is made with two kinds of pepperoni layered on either side of the mozzarella. There are thin-crust, bar-style pies too.

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Utah: The Pie Pizzeria
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Utah: The Pie Pizzeria

Salt Lake City
The Pie Pizzeria has several locations and is famed for its fragrant garlic and four kinds of crusts, including a spicy "ApocalyptDough," on a wide-ranging menu starting with a 12-inch cheese pizza for $10. Though they have offered delivery by mail to anywhere in the U.S., the Pizza Underground is currently closed due to the pandemic.

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Manhattan Pizza & Pub in Burlington, Vermont
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Vermont: Manhattan Pizza & Pub

Burlington
There's live music, 20 beers on tap, and food specials every day at the laid-back Manhattan Pizza & Pub. Try a small 9-inch pizza for $8 or sample a specialty pizza, such as Quarantine (white sauce, sausage, arugula, and ricotta) for $11.

Pungo Pizza & Ice Cream at Virginia Beach, Virginia
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Virginia: Pungo Pizza & Ice Cream

Virginia Beach
A modest eatery on the outskirts of Virginia Beach, Pungo Pizza has a few ways to enjoy pizza. Basic pizzas are $10 or $14; there are stuffed pizzas for $14.50 or $18; and a "roll-up" (different from a $10 calzone) is $8 or $8.50.

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Washington: Flying Squirrel Pizza
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Washington: Flying Squirrel Pizza

Seattle
Pairings of blue cheese and roasted potato or prosciutto and arugula sound fancy but are just $17 on a 9-inch pie. Cheese starts at $12. Bring in a cassette mixtape to add to collections at two of the three Seattle locations and get 10 percent off.

West Virginia: Lola's Pizza
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West Virginia: Lola's Pizza

Charleston
In a cozy, wood-paneled house, Lola's serves up pizzas from a stone-hearth oven. There are small specialty pies for $13 (large versions are $19) with fig jam, flank steak, and more, including a Breakfast Pizza with bacon, eggs, mozzarella, scallions, tomatoes, and chives.

Transfer Pizzeria Café in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Wisconsin: Transfer Pizzeria Café

Milwaukee
Housed in an old brick, pharmacy building, Transfer has a menu split among traditional pies, ones made with garlic cream sauce, and specials that blend tomato sauce with pesto. Menu pizzas range from $9 for a small to $20 for a large.

Crowbar & Grill in Laramie, Wyoming
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Wyoming: Crowbar & Grill

Laramie
Pizzas at the Crowbar & Grill are cracker-thin and crispy, starting at $10 for a 10-inch pie or $17 for an 18-inch starting from any of six sauces: red sauce, ricotta, olive oil and herbs, French onion, white barbecue, or Pad Thai. The Billhook specialty pizza features ground lamb, tzatziki, and feta for $15 to $24. Prices are temporarily higher due to pandemic increases.

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