The classic Sicilian pizza features a thick crust and a rectangular base. Common toppings include tomatoes, onions and anchovies.
Neapolitan pizza has a thinner crust. Originating from Naples this classic dish features tomatoes, sliced mozzarella and basil.
The Chicago deep dish pizza base acts as an edible bowl in which toppings such as meat, cheese and tomato sauce are placed.
New York-style pizza has a thicker dough base and a crispy crust. Most New York pizzas simply feature mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce.
Greek pizzas are cooked in shallow pans that are coated in olive oil. It focuses instead on sauces and various Greek toppings.