The crust is perfectly light and flaky — then the pepperoni and cheese just comes together like a glorious symphony in your mouth.
Classically delicious New York-style pizza cooked in a coal-brick oven, and it’s right under the Brooklyn Bridge. The line for this stuff goes on for BLOCKS.
Their mac ‘n’ cheese pizza is insanely good. A combination of the best two things in the world.
It hurts me to say this as a proud Jersey boy, but it’s the best damn pizza I’ve ever had.
Their buttery crust is unbeatable — even if you tend to skip out on pizza crusts, you’ll want this one. It’s passionately argued as one of the best pizza places in Chicago.
It has a creamy spinach artichoke dip-like substance instead of marinara and then it’s drowned in cheese. Pure heaven.
Every piece is a deliciously crispy corner and the little scoopy pepperonis fill up with just the right amount of grease.
They have such a huge selection of random pizzas and they’re all so darn tasty. It’s a favorite on Capitol Hill.
You can ask for their “cold cheese slice,” which is a regular slice they top with cold shredded mozzarella cheese, and it’s so damn good.
Their crispy cheese crust is perfection and makes you truly question which end of the slice you want to start eating from.
Their signature square slices have just the right amount of puffiness and their Sicilian-style pizza is AMAZING.
—Rianna Greenfield, Facebook
19. And Lombardi’s — New York City
It’s the first pizza place in the U.S. ‘Nuff said.
—Chandra Robrock, Facebook