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When it comes to boring pizza, food writer Julia Turshen simply isn't having any. And, the dining scene in New York is good enough that you shouldn't, either. We knew Turshen would sort us out. She worked on Gwyneth Paltrow's cookbook It's All Good, after all. So, we had her scour the five boroughs for the best pizza in NYC. She found soppressata-topped delicacies in Greenpoint, the king of thin-crust pie in Staten Island, and the undisputed best slice on the Upper West Side. Here, straight from the pro, are eight reasons to ditch your stack of delivery menus.
Chicagoans certainly have more than one reason to brag about the city they call home. Beyond the amazing pizza and world-class architecture, there's the James Beard Awards, Obama Presidential Library, and the George Lucas museum to give us even more reasons to feel a burst of hometown pride. Unfortunately, there are some read
From The Mission’s burgeoning tech scene and storied past to The Haight’s history-making hippie-dippy characters, every San Francisco hood has a distinct reputation. But, there’s one that’s managed to stay under the radar — at least, until now. We’re talking about fog-drenched Cole Valley, an area that, sadly, read