February 7, 2013 |

2010 June: Did You Know?

By Pizza Today

Domino’s has been named our Chain of the Year twice 2003 and 2010
KA-CHING America’s 10 largest pizza companies control more than 23billion in revenue

According to a recent PizzaToday.com Web poll, 62 percent of respondents said their ovens are fired by gas
There are 3,783 pizzerias in Ohio
Nella Pizzeria Napoletana / Caputo’s Pizzeria / The Dons’ Wood-Fried PizzaNella Pizzeria Napoletana

2423 N. Clark Street
Chicago, Illinois 60614
(773) 327-3400

Yes, we know Chicago has a lot of stellar pizzerias, and you can count Nella among them. This is true Neapolitan pizza. Behind the scenes is Italian-born Nella Grassano, one of only two women in the U.S. to have earned the accreditation of Pizzaiola D.O.C., and Scott Harris, the co-founder and chef of Francesca’s Restaurants. They join a hard-working oven made from volcanic ash and a menu of traditional Neapolitan favorites. We fell in love with the classic Romana: tomatoes, mozzarella, capers, black olives, olive oil, anchovies and oregano.

Caputo’s Pizzeria
4229 Main Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19127
(215) 483-2780

Located in Philly’s fashionable Manayunk area, Caputo’s Pizzeria has a long list of specialty pizzas featuring fresh ingredients and plenty of options. But while pizza might be the name of the game here, there are also calzones, stromboli and sandwiches. You’d be remiss not to try the cheesesteak menu –– there’s a full 12 ounces of meat on every sandwich!

The Dons’ Wood-Fired Pizza
21018 South Bank
Street Sterling, Virginia 20165
(703) 444-4959

This isn’t an ordinary pizzeria slinging pepperoni and sausage. Here you’ll find a traditional Caprese salad and upscale toppings ranging from pancetta to roasted rosemary chicken and artichokes. We think the Tommy Guns Tomato & Mozz is divine. It features fresh basil, The Dons’ fresh mozzrella, sliced tomato, Parmigiano, Romano, sea salt and olive oil. Now that’s Italian!