Love Pizza? Colorado Has 7 of the Best Pizza Towns in America
Colorado pizza places across the state have to be pretty excited, as the Centennial State has more than a half-dozen towns that scream 'Za.
No matter what toppings we all disagree upon, we can come together in saying that pizza is one the greatest foods ever created.
It's a go-to when it comes to comfort food, for when the gang's over, for "family game night," and just about any other occasion.
What Was America's First Pizza Joint?
Amazingly, America's first spot for pizza is still open: Lombardi's in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York City, which first started serving great "pies" in 1897.
We Eat a Lot of Pizza in America
According to Food Network, the average American will have 6,000 pizza slices in their lifetime. That's an average; some pizza lovers will most likely have close to 10,000 slices. That's a lot of pepperoni.
Denver Ranks in Top 10 of Cities for Pizza
The folks at Pizzello, makers of outdoor pizza ovens, dived into America's love of pizza to find the best cities for it.
Pizzello did an in-depth analysis of average Google reviews from the nation’s 500 most populous towns and cities, for Denver to come in at #10, is fantastic.
Denver's high-altitude pizzerias are elevating the pizza game, offering everything from traditional pizzas to innovative creations that are as adventurous as the city's inhabitants.
Of the top 250 cities, Colorado had a total of seven that made the list. The data available doesn't go into how many from each state are in the top 250, but I think we can rest assured knowing that Colorado rocks.
Colorado Has 7 Cities That Make List of Top 250 In U.S. for Pizza
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