The Ultimate Pizza Guide: Traditional Pizza

Seriously: Can pizza ever be a bad thing?

That’s an easy one: No. Pizza is good, whether it’s made with simple ingredients or gourmet toppings. Then there’s the crust, of course. Thick, thin, wheat or white: It’s always a fun debate.

Foodies are enchanted with the craft pizza. As fine dining becomes more casual, upscale restaurant chefs consider the crust as a blank canvas on which to build edible art. And these days, some crusts are born of imported Belgian yeast and topped with goodies like zucchini blossoms or wild boar confit.

But don’t forget that corner pizzeria—the kind with Ms. Pac Man in the corner. It’ll never go out of style—thank goodness.

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Here are Delaware’s best pizzas—where to get them, and why you should try them.

Betsy Ross Pizza


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Café Napoli


Café Palermo


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Café Verdi


Ciao Pizza






Grotto Pizza




Little Vinnie’s Pizza & Pasta


Margherita’s Pizza


Mario’s Pizza


Miltonian Pizzeria & Wing House


Mr. P’s Wood Fired Pizzeria


Nicola Pizza


Nino’s Pizza


Seasons Pizza


Trevi Ristorante


Vallé Cucina



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