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Where to go for pizza in Naples


If you've never had pizza in Naples, Italy, you've never had pizza. The places whose residents claim they invented pizza, from New Haven, Conn., to the South of France, are living in a dream. Even in Rome they know their pizza doesn't approach the Neapolitan version.

What's the big deal? Read on in today's Travel section:


Photo: Pizzeria Brandi in Naples, birthplace of the popular pizza Margherita. Credit: Susan Spano / For The Times.

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Best pizza I had was in Rome when I was living there in my youth.
Thin crust, crispy, slightly chewy.
Just plain tomato and mozarella.


Brandi is good but Da Michele is better - their only focus is pizza and it is the gold standard.


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