Pepperoni Pizza at Grimaldi’s

This intimate, urban-style pizzeria from Brooklyn, N.Y., cooks its pies in a coal-fired oven. The result is a crust that’s chewy, bubbly and flavorful, with just the right amounts of cheese and sauce. This restaurant, which features a pleasant patio area, gets packed in the evenings, but the pizzas are worth the wait.

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Las Vegas continues to serve the city well with convincing depth and variety of international marketplaces—even outside of Chinatown with its markets of Pan-Asian leanings and Hispanic chains such as Mariana’s that have Goya products stacked to the ceilings. Although it’s comforting that the abundance of the aforementioned reflects some diverseness in our demographics, truly international cities go beyond such general breakdowns and contain some jewels—and yes, let us boldly proclaim that Las Vegas is an international city!

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