Best Pizzerias to Consider for Your Next Pizza Order

Posted by on September 16, 2019 in Stuff with 0 Comments

Being an American and a pizza lover at the same time is difficult. You want to order a pizza, but as soon as you open your food delivery app, you are encountered by a never ending list of pizzerias. It’s not surprising because America has more than 60,000 active pizzerias, selling over 3 billion pizzas every day. To help you overcome this hurdle of choosing the best pizzeria and the best pizza, below is a list of the best pizzerias in the US, along with the best pizzas they offer.

Frank Pepe's

If you talk about America's best pizzas, you cannot look over this famous pizzeria. Started by Frank Pepe in 1925 in New Haven, it started by offering classic Napoletana-style pizza. Currently, in addition to New Haven, Frank Pepe's has its branches in Fairfield, Danbury, Manchester (CT), West Hartford, Waterbury, Yonkers, Warwick, Uncasville, Chestnut Hill, and Burlington. Now, what to order at Frank Pepe's? White Clam Pie is the dish to go for at this pizzeria. White Clam Pie is a northeastern pizza genre consisting of a strong dose of garlic, olive oil, grated parmesan, and oregano atop the crust.

Pizzeria Mozza

Pizzeria Mozza is a Los Angeles hotspot started by a renowned chef Nancy Silverton, in partnership with Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. The pizzeria is attached to the main restaurant and offers a wide variety of Italian specialties like bruschetta and antipasti. Neapolitan-style pizzas, however, are the specialty of  Pizzeria Mozza. Pizzeria Mozza provides more than 21 types of pies, ranging from $11 Aglio e olio classic cheese pizza to $23 pies consisting of squash blossoms, burrata cheese, and tomatoes. Presently, Pizzeria Mozza has its branches in Los Angeles and Newport Beach, with an upcoming branch in San Diego.

Di Fara

Di Fara is a renowned pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York, offering both New York and Sicilian-style pizzas since 1964. Owned and operated by a local celebrity Domenico DeMarco, Di Fara provides pizzas for the New Yorkers, and tourists that are willing to wait in long queues. If Di Fara is your choice, make sure you go for the classic square or round cheese pie that is topped with hot peppers. However, the signature dish of Di Fara is the Di Fara Classic Pie pizza consisting of parmesan, mozzarella, basil, plum tomato sauce, onion, mushroom, sausage, and peppers.

Pizzeria Bianco

Pizzeria Bianco, located in Phoenix, is a two-decade-old pizzeria owned by Chris Bianco. Pizzeria Bianco offers delicious and addictive pizzas, along with antipasto that consists of wood-oven-roasted vegetables. The pizzeria also offers homemade country bread and perfect salad. Another branch of the original pizzeria has been opened in Town and Country Shopping Center. Although any pizza you will have here is likely to be better than what you have ever had, the signature Marinara pizza should be on your priority list. The Marinara Pizza consists of garlic, oregano, and tomato sauce.

Una Pizza Napoletana

One of New York's favorite Neapolitan pizzerias, Una Pizza Napoletana has been a delight for New Yorkers since its opening. Owned by Anthony Mangieri, the pizzeria is known to provide one of the country's best pies. Una Pizza Napoletana offers five pies only, all costing $25. The pizzeria also offers a special Saturday-only pie known as the Apollonia pizza. Apollonia is made with eggs, buffalo mozzarella, Parmigiano-Reggiano, extra-virgin olive oil, salami, garlic, basil, black pepper, and sea salt. However, if you are at the Una Pizza Napoletana, you should keep it basic with the classic Margherita pizza, consisting of San Marzano tomatoes, fresh basils, and olive oil.

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