I prefer traditional Neopolitan pie that folds down when you pick it up, I never use a knife and fork. A little burnt but still soft, so the oil drips down !
Favorite topping- Crumbled Sausage ! Especially homemade.
1. Lombardi's, Spring St ,NYC Since 1905, now a tourist destination
2. Pepe's New Haven and about 6 other locations, nice "chewy" crust
3.Louis & Ernies, Throgs Neck area, The Bronx. Best Sausage Pie ever!
4. Catania's Tanglewood Shopping Ctr, Yonkers NY Mini Calzones awesome!
In no particular order
Sal's Mamaroneck NY, Reg and Sicilian slices both great
John's Bleeker St also near Times Square NYC
Tutta Rosa St Pete Beach, FL
Patsy Grimaldi's Under the B'klyn Bridge
Goodman's American Pie,
Ludlow VT Artisan
Pizzeria Bianco Phonix AZ ,
Artisan pie, great bread also
Sally's & Modern both in New Haven
Arturo's Houston St, NYC
Regina's North End Boston and several other locations
Santarpios Boston & Peobody MA Try the skewers!
Simply D'Vine Falmouth MA Artisan style
Pizza Barbone Hyannis MA Artisan style, Grows herbs & veggies on roof
Max & Leo's Newton MA Artisan
DiFaro's Brooklyn NY, I've never been but rated the Best!
Roma's Tuckahoe NY Super Thin
Primanti Brothers South Florida and Pittsburg area, famous sandwiches
Pizza Restico around Miami, large square slices Lots of toppings
Joe's 6th Ave Greenwich Village NYC
Bizzaro's, Central Florida Coast
Star Tavern Orange NJ Long Time since..., pizza quiz on their site
Some of the Rays Original Rays in NYC, heavy but usually good
I also make my own, I buy pre-made dough.
I can send a Pizza Slide Show by email w/ photos & websites ,bb
I know I missed some, the search continues, somebody's got to do it !