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Some guys dream about winning the Powerball jackpot, making love to Kate Upton, or scoring the winning touchdown in the Super Bowl. But personally, I spend most of my time dreaming about digging my face into a mouth watering slice of pizza. Fireworks are ignited. Music comes out of nowhere. And just like that, I’ve fallen in love once again. Since 2008, I've chronicled my pizza eating adventures in New York City and around the world on I Dream Of Pizza -- the web's most popular blog dedicated entirely to pizza.

Pies On The Jersey Shore: Porta In Asbury Park

Pies On The Jersey Shore: Porta In Asbury Park

If there is any town along the Jersey Shore that’s become a microcosm of Brooklyn, you could make a strong case for Asbury Park. New residential developments, artisanal-focused dining and even a shuffleboard club — there is perhaps nowhere in ...

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Beebe’s @ The Boro Hotel: Hip Pizza In Queens

Beebe’s @ The Boro Hotel: Hip Pizza In Queens

If you dine out at restaurants frequently — especially in New York City — you’ve probably noticed a particular trend over the past few years: more and more dining establishments are opening in boutique hotels. This set up provides many ...

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Bocce + Pizza: A Perfect Combination In Union Square

Bocce + Pizza: A Perfect Combination In Union Square

If you wanted to concoct a recipe for the perfect summer evening in New York City it might include pizza + drinks + bocce — all offered up in an iconic open-air metropolitan setting. Well let me introduce you to ...

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Di Fara Quietly Opens Its First Outpost After 50+ Years

Di Fara Quietly Opens Its First Outpost After 50+ Years

Di Fara (aka the best pizza on the planet) quietly opened its first ever outpost at North 3rd Street Market in Williamsburg yesterday. The brand new food hall boasts about a dozen stalls, none as renowned as the legendary pizzeria. ...

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Review: Five Points Pizza Makes Its Mark In East Nashville

Review: Five Points Pizza Makes Its Mark In East Nashville

I recently returned from a roadtrip through a handful of cities in the South and Midwest. The itinerary began in Memphis and from there I visited Nashville, Louisville, Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee. I made sure to try pizza at least ...

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Review: Don’t Go “All In” On DC’s All Purpose Pizzeria

Review: Don’t Go “All In” On DC’s All Purpose Pizzeria

Pizza in Washington, DC is akin to the city’s sport teams — full of potential, but ultimately disappointing. I grew up in suburban Maryland and still root fervently for the Skins, Nats, Caps and Wiz. While each team has won a regular ...

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Sorbillo, Italy’s Most Famous Pizzeria, Brings Its Pies To NYC

Sorbillo, Italy’s Most Famous Pizzeria, Brings Its Pies To NYC

Gino Sorbillo is by many accounts the most famous pizzaiolo in Italy. His namesake restaurant in Naples is packed on a nightly basis (he also runs an outpost in Milan). I visited back in 2011 and gave it a rating ...

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Review: “Pie For The People” In The Mojave Desert

Review: “Pie For The People” In The Mojave Desert

My wife and I recently took a trip to Joshua Tree National Park which is located about three hours east of Los Angeles (or, you know, maybe seven hours depending on traffic). There is no food available for purchase in ...

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Pizzeria Beddia Review: The 5 Hour Wait For Pizza In Philly

Pizzeria Beddia Review: The 5 Hour Wait For Pizza In Philly

Nearly five years ago, Pizzeria Beddia opened in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood. And in 2015, Bon Appetit named it the best pizza in America. Ever since then, it’s been a national phenomenon with pizza fanatics traveling from near and far for ...

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Far Flung Pizza At The Hound In Saintpoint, Idaho

Far Flung Pizza At The Hound In Saintpoint, Idaho

Earlier this year, I made my first ever trip to Idaho. While many travelers to the state spend their winters visiting in Sun Valley, my destination was a work conference in Sandpoint. Sandpoint is a small town (population: 8,000) in ...

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