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Top 10 American Towns To Eat Pizza 

Pizza lovers are aware that the best pizza can be found in America. Here are the top ten US cities where you can find pizza.

Detroit-style pizza is a twist on the classic pie, made in rectangular steel pans for a crispy crust. Best paired with popular sauces like ranch or tomato-based for dipping.

Detroit, Michigan

Pizza's American roots are in New York City, neapolitan-style pizza with thin, crispy crust and melty cheese is a city favorite.

New York

Philadelphia's pizza stands out with a thick, chewy crust and sweet sauce that adds a unique flavor. It's a departure from the typical thin and crispy Northeastern pizza.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chicago has three distinct pizza styles that have become local favorites, including the famous deep-dish pizza.

Chicago, Illinois

Providence's unique "strips" pizza style, resembles focaccia bread with a thick crust and flavorful tomato sauce, but no cheese.

Providence, Rhode Island

St. Louis-style pizza is a local favorite, known for its crispy, yeast-free crust and use of Provel cheese, a blend of Swiss, cheddar, and provolone.

St. Louis Pizza

Once known for serving subpar pizza, Los Angeles has now become a destination for sensational pizzas that rival any other city in the country.

L.A. California

Portland, Oregon, is a foodie's paradise, and pizza in Portland is no exception. The city puts a unique spin on traditional pies, perfecting and modifying existing styles.

Portland, Oregon

In addition to pizza, Connecticut is also known for other culinary delights such as New England clam chowder, lobster rolls, and steamed cheeseburgers.

New Haven, Connecticut

Milwaukee-style pizza is a unique and delicious variation of the classic pie. Combining the rectangular shape of Sicilian-style pizza with the thin, crispy crust of Neapolitan-style pizza

Milwaukee, Wisconsin