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The Definitive Guide to Our Favorite Food: Where to Eat Pizza

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It’s a perennial question in many of our minds: Where do we go to eat pizza? The folks behind the book Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs’ Favorite Restaurants have a new book. Titled Where to Eat Pizza, this new book takes readers through the best places to eat pizza in the world, from the tastiest places in Italy to the most delicious slices in New York. The author, Daniel Young sought out more than 1,000 foodies to give their input about what is arguably the world’s most favorite food.

It doesn’t matter if you’re all about the crusts, or more into the ooey gooey melted cheese. Or, if innovative topping combinations are your thing, this book has that too.

According to the publisher, “The world over, people want the inside scoop on where to get that ultimate slice of pizza. With quotes from chefs, critics, and industry experts, readers will learn about secret ingredients, special sauces, and the quest for the perfect crust. The guide includes detailed city maps, reviews, key information and honest comments from the people you’d expect to know.

Featuring more than 1,700 world-wide pizzerias, parlours, and pizza joints listed. All you need to know – where to go, when to go, and what to order.”

So now with Where to Eat Pizza, you don’t have to wonder which restaurants have the best pizza no matter where you are in the world. All you have to do is take a look at this list.

Where to Eat Pizza (Phaidon), $22.12 at amazon.com.

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