New York, NY (Est. 1929)
This legendary NYC pizza joint won't let you order a slice or pay with a credit card. While that might be inconvenient, luckily for you/humanity, when you hand over cash for a large, coal-fired pie, you are given the gift of pizza perfection.
Buffalo, NY (Est. 1927)
A Buffalo-area tradition that started back when its football team was called the Buffalo Bisons (did they even use pads in 1927?), these days Santora's dishes out pies like the Chicken Wing Pizza, topped with cayenne, mozz, and bleu cheese.
Boston, MA (Est. 1926)
Though it's since expanded to seemingly millions of locations across the Boston area, the original location in the North End continues to pack in the crowds using the same recipe it started with 89 years ago.