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The Differences Between Pizza Styles; All Pizza Everything

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This week's top dish from Eater NY, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...

1) Everywhere: You don't have to be a foodie to have an appreciation for pizza—that life-long staple of sustenance—which is why we're happy to share that it's Pizza Week over at Eater, and their Ultimate Pizza Bracket is moving into its final face-offs. Who will reign supreme in the New York City pizza scene? Old school Joe's or new school Luzzo's? Voting is open until 6 p.m. today. Go ahead, cast your ballot.

2) Pizzaland: Eater's Nick Solares breaks down pizza styles found throughout the city, to the very minutia that distinguish them, in a thorough and deliciously pictured guide. Apparently the Neopolitin-American is the quintessential New York pie. Also, Sicilian pizza as we know it, with sauce and cheese, is a New York City creation: traditional Sicilian pies are topped with "tomato sauce spiked with anchovies and onions under a canopy of breadcrumbs."

3) New York City: Also as a part of Pizza Week, Eater has highlighted 25 of the most iconic pizzarias throughout the city. Included, Midwood's Di Fara Pizzaria, Lucali in Carroll Gardens, and Staten Island's Nunzio's.

4) The East River: Pizza, anyone? You can join our friends from Eater on tonight's Pop-Up Pizza Party on the East River Ferry for $4. Your official invitation lingers here. But quick, this ship sets sail this evening at 4:50 p.m.
· Eater NY [ny.eater]