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TripAdvisor ranks Chicago number one for pizzas

TripAdvisor, a travel website, revealed the top 10 U.S. cities and restaurants for pizza, based on the quality and quantity of reviews and opinions from millions of TripAdvisor travelers. 
Chicago was ranked number one for pizza cities. 
“Travelers come from all corners of the country to sink their teeth into Chicago’s deep dish, the big cheese of pizza destinations according to reviewers on TripAdvisor,” said Brooke Ferencsik, director of communications for TripAdvisor. “New York City pizzerias also toss out an excellent slice, with Juliana’s in Brooklyn ranking as the top pizza restaurant in the country and two other NYC restaurants within the top ten.” 
Top 10 U.S. Pizza Cities
1. Chicago, Illinois
Must-try pizzerias: Chicago Pizza & Oven Grinder, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria - River North, Giordano's
2. New York City, New York 
Must-try pizzerias: Juliana's Pizza, Keste, John's Pizzeria – Bleeker St.  
3. New Haven, Connecticut
Must-try pizzerias: Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, Modern Apizza, Bru Rm At BAR
4. Orlando, Florida
Must-try pizzerias: Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, Via Napoli, Red Oven Pizza Bakery
5. San Francisco, California
Must-try pizzerias: Tony's Pizza Napoletana, Il Casaro Pizzeria and Mozzarella Bar, Za Pizza
6. Washington, D.C.
Must-try pizzerias: We the Pizza, Matchbox Pizza, Pizzeria Paradiso
7. Las Vegas, Nevada
Must-try pizzerias: Project Pie, Pizza Rock, Secret Pizza
8. San Diego, California
Must-try pizzerias: Basic, Buona Forchetta, Pizza Port Ocean Beach
9. Phoenix, Arizona
Must-try pizzerias: Pizzeria Bianco, Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana – Phoenix, The Parlor Pizzeria
10. Miami Beach, Florida
Must-try pizzerias: Visa-O1 Extraordinary Pizza, Giotto Maestro della Pizza, Blocks Pizza Deli
“Using time-tested techniques and premium ingredients, the top ten U.S. pizzerias are successful as they always keep their eyes on the pies,” continued Brooke Ferencsik. “These popular pizza joints toss up mouthwatering and sometimes unique takes on the American staple, from apricot-sauced pies in Alaska to white clam creations in Connecticut.”
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