- Hardcover: 576 pages
- Publisher: Phaidon Press (April 25, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0714871168
- ISBN-13: 978-0714871165
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 2.1 x 8.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 20 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,958 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Where to Eat Pizza Hardcover – April 25, 2016
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"...Gives readers the inside track on finding a good slice anywhere on the planet... [A] fun, practical guide."—The Wall Street Journal
"The ultimate guide to global pizza. We highly suggest you pick up a copy of this global pizza opus."—DiningOut Online
"The ultimate global guide to great pizza."—High Snobiety
"There is no bone-chilling trauma quite like arriving in a strange land with no idea where to score that blissful hit of wood-fired sourdough pizza. Thankfully the new Where To Eat Pizza book can point you in exactly the right direction."—Mr Hyde
"Every so often a book comes out that will genuinely improve your life. This is such a book. Just as the title promises, it's your definitive guide to where to get the best pizza - no matter where you are in the world. Did you know there's a very good margherita on offer in Moscow? Welcome to your new pizza bible."—ShortList
"Eat the best pizza (wherever you are). Compiled by 1,000 foodies, Where to Eat Pizza is a genius new book."—Stylist
"Everything you need to know from chefs, critics and experts to get the perfect slice wherever you are in the world."—Cool Material
"The ultimate guide to great pie."—Werd
"Pizza... is the fast food that unites the world."—Sunday Mirror
"Wonderful... Engaging... Where to Eat Pizza is a globetrotting extravaganza... As the book delights in telling us, wherever you might be in the world the pizza experience will always offer something new. A great book."—AGA Living
"Never eat a bad pizza again."—Borsen
"If your life feels like one long journey and quest to find the most amazing pizza in the world - this new book should serve as your indispensable guide."—Fine Dining Lovers
"There are two kinds of books in this world: those everyone ought to read, and those that you must own. Phaidon’s latest launch, Where To Eat Pizza, is both."—Wallpaper.com
"STUNNING!"—The Daily Meal
"Pick up a copy to find the best pizzerias at home or away" —Sainsbury's Magazine
"Find out where to grab a pizza the action... Full of interesting nuggets that elevate it from being just another workaday where-to guide... It's certainly comprehensive but what marks it out is the passion and knowledge of the experts/obsessives who compiled it." —RedHanded
"As pizza bibles go, it can't be topped." —Sharp Magazine
"The ultimate must-have guide for any pizza lover... An adventure map, of sorts, with detailed city maps, key information, and educated, in-depth commentary that makes the hunt for the perfect slice even more fun."—goop
"The ultimate book about pizza."—PureWow
"Where to find the best pizza is a never-ending, emotional debate, but... Where to Eat Pizza, can make it a bit easier. More than 1,000 food experts and pizza fans from all over the world were consulted for this immersive volume." —Las Vegas Review-Journal
"This tome takes the guesswork out of finding the best slice in every town." —Redbook Online
About the Author
Daniel Young is the London pop-up pioneer behind youngandfoodish.com and its BurgerMonday, PizzaTuesday and SpagWednesday event series. He established himself as a pizza authority while restaurant critic of The New York Daily News. 'He has,' wrote Ed Levine, the creator of Serious Eats, 'perfect pizza pitch.' He is the author of eight books, including The Paris Cafe Cookbook and Made in Marseille. He has written about food for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Guardian and was named Online Writer of the Year at the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards.
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Imbedded between the listing pages for each region are gray pages of commentary about pizza things. I'm looking forward to curling up with this book to savor the facts and folklore around the making and eating of pizza.
Also, the book was printed upside down... or at least my copy had the cover upside down vs. teh insides.
My only feeling / question as to this book, is how permanent it can be...