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Rosa's Pizza

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If you need a New York slice fix, this is the place. You'll probably arrive to find a line literally out the door. As the line moves, the cook points to you and asks for your order, which is usually ready by the time you get to the counter. This beauty of a slice has all the requisite qualities: the substantial crust, the tangy but unobtrusive sauce, and the thin veneer of orange grease you mop off with a napkin. Fold in your hand and enjoy one of the best slices the city has to offer.

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The first Athens Pizza opened in 1966, with the first in Georgia opening in 1977. A local pizza place in Decatur.

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A gourmet pizza chain located inside the Toco Hills Shopping Center.
Marietta Pizza Co.

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Popular local pizza joint on the square.

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A South Jersey transplant serves New York-style pizza and pasta. "Sopranos"-themed pinball machine included.

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Don't let the modest name fool you; Chris' Pizza's simple storefront opens to a bright interior painted, plastered and "plastiqued" in the blue and white of the Greek islands. The effect is a comfortable mix of ethnic elegance and classy American kitsch that resonated in both the decor and the food. Try the mousaka, layers of eggplant and meat topped with a creamy bechamel sauce, or the avgolemono soup with lemon chicken-and-egg broth. Don't leave without trying a slice of Chris' pizza and its mid-thick crust; there's a reason it's a part of the namesake.

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Local pizza joint baking fresh pies daily.

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New York-style pizza by the slice, calzones, pasta, meatball subs and more.

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Taste of New York specializes in the large and monstrous. Pizzas are thick, often needing a knife and a fork to eat. A slice of the meat lover pizza could give you a heart attack even though no grease pools on the top of each slice, but who ever said that pizza was about the health? Taste of New York also offers salads and sandwiches, but bring a friend as these too are giant-sized.
Grant Central Pizza - East Atlanta

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Grant Central's second outfit, with an emphasis on pizzas (no pastas or specials here).

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If you're up for drinking and game-watching, you're in luck. The Georgia Tech hangout is big on fun and less on flavor. That special place in your heart warms up to doughy pizzas with fun names and tongue-torching Buffalo sauce.
Grant Central Pizza - Grant Park

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Even the simplest of pizza pies at this laid-back neighborhood joint are worth the trip.

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An Atlanta chain of quick service Italian restaurants.
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