8 Popular Pizza of USA

New York Style Pizza: Known for its large, thin crust that's foldable yet still sturdy, topped with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese. Often sold in oversized slices.

Chicago Deep Dish Pizza: A thick crust pizza baked in a deep dish pan, with layers of cheese, toppings, and chunky tomato sauce. More like a pie than a traditional pizza.

Neapolitan Pizza: Originating from Naples, Italy, this pizza has a thin, soft crust, topped with simple ingredients like San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and olive oil.

Detroit Style Pizza: Rectangular in shape with a thick, crispy crust, Detroit-style pizza is topped with cheese all the way to the edges, giving the crust a caramelized, crispy texture.

Sicilian Pizza: Square-shaped with a thick, spongy crust, Sicilian pizza is topped with tomato sauce, cheese, and various toppings. Often served in large rectangular slices.

California Style Pizza: Known for its innovative toppings and use of non-traditional ingredients like barbecue sauce, chicken, avocado, and arugula. The crust is typically thin and crispy.

Greek Style Pizza: Features a thick, chewy crust brushed with olive oil and topped with tomato sauce, oregano, garlic, olives, and feta cheese. Often served in square slices.

Hawaiian Pizza: Controversial yet beloved, Hawaiian pizza features ham and pineapple as its main toppings, adding a sweet and savory flavor to the classic tomato sauce and cheese combination.