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Well, I hate to be a stick-in-the-mud, but I'm not a fan of pizza at all.
I'll happily sit down in a proper pizzeria in Italy, with real pizza ovens, and real pizzaioli flipping the dough, but anything that comes in a box from a fast-food style "pizza place" just doesn't tempt me at all.
I suppose that means that I'd rather "New=York pizza" were off the menu.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
A genuine NY City pizza - hand made to order in a very hot stone-floored oven (with high-gluten flour, seasoned tomato sauce and shredded mozzarella cheese . . . period)
Neapolitan Pizza. Not to say we don't occasionally get a Sicilian pie (square, bready, much slower cooking) - but that's for the occasional variety. Similarly, a Chicago style (having lived their for five years) has its place. But a NYC Neapolitan Pizza is the first place.
You don't need any toppings if it's any good. And it can be well made by Greeks, who've ofttimes opened pizzerias. In fact, I've even had it "Kosher" (main difference: there is no possibility of a meat topping). I believe, in ages past, NY City pizza was once referred to a Manna from Heaven.
To save some of you some troubles, I don't care to argue the point as you're just plain wrong. Give your keyboard a rest.