- “The Pizza Belt is defined as ‘the area of the United States where the chance of obtaining an adequate-to-good slice of pizza from a randomly chosen pizzeria is greater than 50 percent.’
- Taken at its strictest, The True Pizza Belt runs, more or less contiguously, hugging the coast, from southern New Jersey to Providence, R.I. ….
- Lowering the chances to one in three, or slightly expanding our definition of ‘adequate,’ gives us The Greater Pizza Belt Area, a zone spanning Washington D.C., to Boston, Mass., going no further inland than Albany, N.Y. “
- “Beyond the Greater Pizza Belt Area is a wasteland. “
— “The Pizza Belt: the Most Important Pizza Theory You’ll Read,” Max Read, Gawker
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