Saturday, September 5, 2015

Philly's pizza is ranked 4th in America

Travel + Leisure rates 20 of America's Best Cities for Pizza.

Philly's pizza is ranked 4th in America

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Spicy sausage pizza with Italian tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and caramelized onion at Nomad Pizza.   DAVID M WARREN / Staff Photographer
Spicy sausage pizza with Italian tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and caramelized onion at Nomad Pizza. DAVID M WARREN / Staff Photographer

March's Travel + Leisure mag ranks what its readers call the 20 best cities for pizza in America, and Philly was fourth, behind Chicago (whose deep-dish pizza is hard to replicate elsewhere), Providence (grilled pizza), and New York.

(The editors acknowledge that large metro areas are surveyed, effectively shutting out a small-town pizza hotbed like New Haven, Conn.)

Philly also ranked in the top five of T+L's America's Favorite Cities poll for its museums and cultural attractions.

The T+L copy cited Pizza Brain, the pizza museum in Fishtown/Kensington, and used the pizza at Nomad near South Street to illustrate the Philly section in print. 

See it here.

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