Philadelphia pizza is never in short supply, thanks to the city’s long history as a hub for Italian immigrants. But unlike New York and Chicago, there’s no real consensus about what makes a true Philly-style pizza. What we do know is this: some of the best pizza in Philadelphia features a thin, crispy crust loaded with traditional—and sometimes not so traditional—toppings. Consider the white broccoli pie at Vince’s Pizzeria or the combination of fig, prosciutto, and balsamic reduction available at Di Bruno Bros. But whatever your preferences, a little exploration of the Italian restaurants in Philadelphia will almost always yield the perfect slice.