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Detroit-Style Pizza: Rectangular deep-dish with thick, chewy crust, twice-baked for caramelized cheese. Sauce on top, pepperoni common.

St. Louis-Style Pizza: Unleavened, crispy crust, sweet sauce, provel cheese blend. Sliced toppings, often bacon strips.

California-Style Pizza: Chewy hand-tossed crust, unconventional toppings like smoked salmon, Peking duck, goat cheese.

Quad City-Style Pizza: Malt-infused crust, spicy sauce, lean sausage with fennel. Toppings vary, but chili flakes add kick.

New Haven-Style Pizza: Oblong shape, chewy coal-fired crust. Simple toppings, optional mozzarella. Famous for white clam pie.

New Haven-Style Pizza: Oblong shape, chewy coal-fired crust. Simple toppings, optional mozzarella. Famous for white clam pie.

New England Greek-Style Pizza: Thick, soft, crispy crust, greasy with olive oil. Tomato sauce, oregano, mozzarella, cheddar. Greek ingredients optional.