As an avid traveler, I can honestly say that there is nothing better than a true New York pizza pie. But with a pizza joint around every corner, how could anyone possibly choose the best piece?
If there weren't so many darn carbs in pizza, I would eat it for every meal. You can get all the food groups in, if you choose your slices wisely. Egg and bacon or ham pizza for breakfast. Traditional pepperoni, cheese or garlic pizza for lunch. Chocolate pizza for an afternoon or late night snack. Tomato & basil, chicken wing, mac n cheese, gorgonzola cheese, spinach & bacon, even pasta pizza for dinner.
The art of baking pizza: It can be baked in an oven with stone bricks, in an electric deck oven, through a conveyor belt oven, or in the case of more expensive restaurants, a wood- or coal-fired brick oven. Pizza can be cooked on a pizza stone, grilled on the BBQ, or baked in a pan (pan-style).
The deep dish pizza is dubbed as 'Chicago style' and the twice-baked pizza originated in Detroit, but the first pizza establishment in the United States was said to open in New York's Little Italy, in 1905.
Famous Little Italy Pizza is by far the best pizza I have ever had! Thin crusted and twice baked gives this pizza the ultimate crispy crust. Quick service and plenty of outside seating, along with being conveniently located across the street from the Empire State Building, this joint gets 5 stars!