Pizza, a universal delight that transcends borders and tastes, has become a nationwide culinary favorite.
Its irresistible allure lies in the harmonious marriage of flavors, the variety of melted cheese and the endless possibilities for customization. Many are addicted to the magnetic charm that makes pizza a cherished and beloved masterpiece.
“Whether you prefer New York's foldable slices, puffy Neapolitan pizzas with simple toppings, or Chicago's loaded deep-dish pies, you'll find what you're looking for in America's best pizzerias. From takeout joints and hole-in-the-wall spots to restaurants, diners, and cafés that sling the tastiest slices and pies around, we've scoured the reviews to find the most perfect pizza in every state.”The best pizza in Arizona is Cibo in Phoenix:
"This intimate pizza restaurant is located in a restored 1930s bungalow with an inviting, tree-filled patio, making it the perfect escape from the chaos of the city. Cibo serves ultra-thin, ultra-fresh, Neapolitan-style red or white pizzas with blistered crusts, and has great gluten-free pizza too. The Diavola (with tomato sauce, mozzarella, and spicy salami), followed by a Nutella crêpe, is a winning order."
In New Mexico, Richie B’s Pizza in Albuquerque is considered the best pizza place:
“Albuquerque mom-and-pop establishment Richie B’s Pizza is said to have the best foldable New York–style pizza around. There are six options to choose from, including the Pepperoni & Pineapple and the Cattlemen’s Special (which comes with sirloin steak, mushrooms, roasted red peppers, garlic, and onions). You can order by the slice, get a standard 18-inch pizza, or build your own huge 24-inch pizza. It's also the home of the 'monster slice', which is available topped with cheese, and is claimed to be the largest slice of pie you'll ever see.”