America's Best Cities for Pizza 2011

NYE at Times Square at night in New York City, NY
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No. 2 NewYork City

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You can’t walk more than a block in the Big Apple without passing a pizzeria—and there are precious few chains (unless you count all those variations on Ray’s). These thin-crusted slices—fold yours lengthwise to look like a local—are probably the best bargain in the city, costing scarcely a couple bucks. That’s a plus, since AFC voters otherwise gave the city high-dollar marks for its luxury stores and upscale hotels, and declared it the most expensive city in the U.S.

NYE at Times Square at night in New York City, NY

America's Best Cities for Pizza 2011

No. 2 NewYork City

You can’t walk more than a block in the Big Apple without passing a pizzeria—and there are precious few chains (unless you count all those variations on Ray’s). These thin-crusted slices—fold yours lengthwise to look like a local—are probably the best bargain in the city, costing scarcely a couple bucks. That’s a plus, since AFC voters otherwise gave the city high-dollar marks for its luxury stores and upscale hotels, and declared it the most expensive city in the U.S.

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