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List of pizza chains of the United States

This is a list of pizza chains of the United States. This list is limited to pizza chain restaurants that are based, headquartered or originated in the United States.

Pizza chains of the United States

A Bertucci's restaurant in Peabody, Massachusetts
A Happy's Pizza location in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan
Chicago-style deep dish pizza from the original Pizzeria Uno location
Chicago-style deep dish pizza from the original Pizzeria Uno location

One of many Ray's Pizza restaurants in New York City, Famous Ray's was at 6th Avenue and 11th Street in Greenwich Village, Manhattan
One of many Ray's Pizza restaurants in New York City, Famous Ray's was at 6th Avenue and 11th Street in Greenwich Village, Manhattan

See also

References

  1. ^ Planet Pizza - About; Planet Pizza

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
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