New York pizza is distinguished by its thin, big slices, which are frequently folded in half for portability.
Chicago-style deep dish pizza is distinguished by its thick, doughy crust that is stuffed with cheese and toppings and topped with a generous helping of tomato sauce.
Pizza made in the California style has a thin, crisp crust topped with fresh, California-inspired ingredients like avocado, arugula, and goat cheese.
Pizza made in the Detroit style is a rectangular pie with a thick, crispy crust and toppings that extend all the way to the dough's edges
It is often made with a thin, chewy crust and basic ingredients like San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and basil, and is a staple in the cuisine of Naples, Italy.
Square pizzas with a thick, pillowy crust, tomato sauce, cheese, and a variety of toppings are typical of the Sicilian cuisine.
A barbecue sauce-based pizza with chicken, onions, and cheese. Its popularity has spread from its birthplace in California to all corners of the USA.