A Northern Kentucky restaurant serves some of the best pizza in the whole state according to a new list published by Food & Wine magazine.
Writer David Landsel explains, in part, his process in concocting the list of the best pizza in every state:
How did we make this list? While there was a certain amount of collaboration, in the end, most of the tasting fell to me, a native New Yorker with decades of experience eating pizza all across the country. I’ve lived everywhere from Chicago to Los Angeles to Seattle to New England, and over time I’ve learned that I have no specific style preference. The kind of pizza I like best is pizza, and I will try all of it, at least once.
For Kentucky, Landsel highlighted a Louisville establishment as well as Ft. Mitchell’s Camporosso:
From downtown Louisville, it’s a pleasant walk across the Ohio River (via the old Big Four Bridge, converted in modern times from railroad to pedestrian use) to the birthplace—Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1984—of Papa John’s. At times that seems like it might be Louisville’s go-to pizza, given all the branch locations you see, driving around town. A good few years before all that, however, Benny Impellizzeri was working a string of pizza ovens in the city, introducing his own restaurant, Impellizzeri’s back in the late 1970s. To this day, even after a short closure back in the mid-aughts, the pizzas here remain a firm Louisville favorite. The Sicilian-style deep dish, your best bet on the menu, is like a high-walled swimming pool filled with cheese and toppings. If it’s modern, glamour-puss pizza you’re after, look to Camporosso in Fort Mitchell, just a short hop from downtown Cincinnati. They’ve been known to confound the odd local with their gorgeous, often admirably true-to-style Neapolitans.
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