These are all Italian styles of Pizza. I've never had good NYC or Chicago style here. Be careful with Italian places in Paris. So many "Italian"-labeled places are run by people from other mediterranean cultures who haven't a clue about Italian authenticity. They should be delighting us with their own culinary specialties. (There are surprisingly few really good couscous places around).
43 Rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris
Real authentic Neapolitan Pizza…apart from the thin crust try the Pizza Ripiena Fritta
13, rue de Mézières
01 45 48 30 38
Very good standard italian thin pizza in a nice elegant atmosphere. Some good antipasti and choice of wines
91 Boulevard Beaumarchais
75003 Paris, France
+33 1 42 78 11 96
A more casual, livelier and louder cocktail-themed offering from the Pizza Chic people.
39 Boulevard de Magenta, 75010 Paris, France
+33 1 42 06 44 47
Really old-fashioned, traditional authentic Trattoria with Pizza
Da Franco et Giacomo
115 avenue Jean Jaurès
01 42 00 04 77
First time I ate here there was a table of really-well dressed people who looked out of place. Italian dining companions assured me it was Marcello Mastroianni. It certainly looked like him. Hmm, what is he doing in this out of the way little dive? Now it looks like I've been eating here for over twenty years and the only times I have been disappointed is when they were training new pizzaiolos. This is the only place in town, and one of the few I know outside of Italy, to do a special kind of pizza from Milano, you find only in rare restaurants in the generally in the North of Italy . Often confused with Sicilian pizza. Or American. Completely different. The wine list isn't so good anymore, but you can make do. They take good care of single diners. But it is a pizza that you are love or hate immediately.
Pizza di Loretta
62 Rue Rodier
75009 Paris, France
+33 1 48 78 42 56
One of a growing number of Roman pizza-al-taglio-style places popping up around the city. But this one is good without being great. And they some good wines and antipasti which is unusual in these pizza-by-the-slice places. Casual, relaxed but very good in the middle of fashionably hip SoPi (South Pigalle).
Aux Saveurs D’Italie
71 rue Guy Moquet
Luca does very good Antipasta, very well done Lasagne and Fantastic Lazio-style Pinsa with a 3 day yeast rise! Minuscule resto, book in advance.