Where in the US can you find the greatest pizza

Like most of the food Americans eat today, immigration trends brought pizza to the United States.

In the second half of the 19th century, famine, a lack of employment possibilities, and poverty propelled people to travel to America.

Which was at the time perceived as the land of economic opportunity. One of such groups was the Italians.

The majority of whom came from the underdeveloped south of the country. 

Between 1880 and the beginning of the 1920s, more than four million Italian immigrants travelled through Ellis Island. 

Actor Gary Coleman frequently uttered "Whatchutalkin'bout, Willis?" in the first half of the 1980s. In 1999, Prince was predicting the end of the world, and California had placed bbq chicken on pizza. 

Pizzas from California that contravene the law

On a 2013 edition of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart declared, "Deep-dish pizza is not only inferior to New York pizza. "It isn't pizza. Casserole is [expletive].

the distinctive deep dish of Chicago 

The thick, rectangular shape of Detroit-style pizza is one of its distinguishing features. And ironically, it's because the pie is prepared in a dish that was designed to serve as an automobile drip pan. 

Rectangular pizza from Detroit