Often considered the first pizzeria in the United States, Lombardi's has been serving pizza since 1905. It's known for its coal-fired brick oven pizzas.
Di Fara is a legendary pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York, and is famous for its traditional New York-style pizza made by Dom DeMarco.
Located in Naples, the birthplace of pizza, Pizzeria Da Michele is renowned for its simple yet delicious Neapolitan pizza. It gained global fame through the movie "Eat Pray Love."
Known for its coal-fired brick oven pizzas, Frank Pepe's has been a staple in New Haven, Connecticut, since 1925, and is particularly famous for its white clam pizza.
Chicago is famous for its deep-dish pizza, and Gino's East is a well-known establishment serving this iconic style.
Co-owned by celebrity chefs Nancy Silverton, Mario Batali, and Joe Bastianich, Pizzeria Mozza is acclaimed for its inventive and high-quality pizzas.
Another popular Chicago pizzeria, Pequod's is renowned for its caramelized crust deep-dish pizzas.
Originating in Naples, this pizzeria gained international attention due to its mention in the book and film "Eat Pray Love." It has expanded to other cities, including Rome, London, and Tokyo.