Which Pizza Style is Best Represented in DC?

Are we a Neapolitan town, or is it all about Jumbo Slice? Tell us what you think!

Farmer's Daughter pizza from &pizza. Photograph by Scott Suchman

Some argue that Washington’s food scene lacks an identity—and the same can be said for its pizza. New York has it’s own pie, as does Chicago, New Haven, and even Maryland. Sadly no one is ordering a slice “DC-style” anytime soon, but there’s no doubt that we live in a city flooded with places to grab a pie.

So which style is the best represented—and more importantly, most delicious—in Washington? Take our poll below.

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