Dig In! Zagat Names Philly’s Top 10 Slices of Pizza

Zagat recently released a top-tier list of the best slices of pizza in Philadelphia. Did your favorite place crack the Top 10?

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Lazaro's Pizza
Zagat recently released a top-tier list of the best slices of pizza in Philadelphia. Did your favorite place crack the Top 10? NBC editor Dan Stamm's favorite Lazaro's (seen here) sure did! Follow along for some truly mouth-watering bites!
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Lazaro's Pizza on South Street is not only a crowd-favorite, but an athlete-favorite as well. Mo'ne Davis has name-dropped Lazaro's as one of her favorite places to eat post-practice!
Lorenzo's Pizza, also located on South Street, is famous for its iconic 28-inch pizza. One slice is big enough to wrap around a cheesesteak, and doesn't even fit on the two paper plates provided!
Luigi's Pizza Fresca
Luigi's Pizza Fresca is opening a new location on Chestnut Street in Center City, and their veggie pie is just one of their countless intriguing creations.
More interested in pizza history? The world's first pizza museum hails from Philly, and its Frankford Ave. locale is filled with enticing memorabilia. But its not all show: there's a pizzeria attached to the museum, and it is top-notch!
Rustica in Northern Liberties is known for their unusual pizza toppings. Featured here is a play on a BBQ pizza with smoked pork and Carolina Red BBQ sauce, topped with homemade slaw.
Kermit's Bake Shoppe
Kermit's Bake Shoppe also pumps out cakes and sweet treats for everyone, but their "Kerminator" pie is delectable in its own right: a house blend of cheeses mixed with gruyere is an intriguing base for the applewood smoked ham, caramelized onions, and braised sauerkraut that will light up your taste buds!
This Caruso Slice, named after one of Francoluigi's owner Franco Borda's favorite tenors Enrico Caruso, is piled high with chicken, red peppers, onions, mushrooms, white wine and olive oil. The opera music is always flowing at this South Philly location, so it appeals to many of the senses.
Rosa's Fresh Pizza
The post-it notes wall at Rosa's Fresh Pizza are for prepaid $1 slices. People in need can grab one and get a free slice. The brilliant concept was even featured on Ellen!
If its a classic New York taste you're craving, Little Italy Pizza on South Street is as close as it gets. The molten cheese draws you in, and the tangy sauce keeps you coming back for more!
Think that picture looks too good to be true? Slice Pizzeria on S. 10th Street keeps their pizza in the oven extra-long to give their crust a perfect, crispy finish.
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