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No. 2 New York 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 New York 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.

Getty Images/Science Source

America's Best Cities for Pizza 2011

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