There’s nothing that is quite as satisfying than a good slice of pizza. We don’t know about you, but we certainly never met anyone who doesn’t like it. Its warm crust, cheesy topping and perfect tasting sauce- there’s no denying that most of us fall in love at first slice. When it comes to finding the top slices in America, we tracked down some of the best in all areas of the country. Check out these Best Pizza Places in the U.S.:

Sweet Melissa’s (Savannah, GA)

Sweet Melissa’s, so sweet we can still taste is. Located in the heart of Savannah, Sweet Melissa’s is pizza that makes you glad to be alive to taste it. From the garlic bread style crust to the warm and oozing cheese that slides off the slice, you won’t know what hit your lips the moment you take the first bite.

Fratelli Pizza (Flagstaff, AZ)

Flagstaff is one of Arizona’s greatest cities and home to one of our picks: Fratelli Pizza. Guests can enjoy their fresh handmade pizza made with the best ingredients around. We were able to taste their meat lover’s pizza and it was true love as soon as we sunk our teeth into the first slice! Fratelli Pizza is also on our Four Corners Pizza Round-Up.

Joe’s Pizza (New York, New York)

If you’re a fan of, not just pizza, but also Spiderman, you may recognize this pizza joint as the one where Spiderman works as a delivery boy in New York City. We won’t lie to you, this IS the best pizza in New York City, and it was famous way before it hit the big screen.

Sotto, (Los Angeles, CA)

Los Angeles is a tough crowd, but when it comes to pizza, Sotto is the one that takes the cake (or “pie” in this case). From the moment you walk into Sotto, you will smell the mouth watering aroma of the burnt wood and baking yeast coming from the ovens. If pizza were poetry, Sotto would be the William Shakespeare.

Lucali (Miami, FL)

Miami may be the capital of all things ethnic, but that doesn’t mean they can’t whip together a good pizza pie. Besides the fact that Lucali is the most expensive pizzeria in Miami, you can be sure that you’re getting your money’s worth. They use fresh products imported from Brooklyn, NY and have mastered the perfect dough. It’s so good it will melt in your mouth.

Grimaldi’s (Dallas, TX)

Grimaldi’s isn’t only an East Coast gem; it’s also a hit in Dallas, TX as well. You’ll feel like you’re back in New York City when sitting at one of their red-checked tables and massive size pizza. This is as New York as pizza gets, with crust so thin and crispy you’d think it’s a potato chip.

Una Pizza Napoletana (San Francisco, CA)

San Francisco may have great seafood, but when it comes to pizza, they got it right with Una Pizza Napoletana. Using a classic wood-fired method, Neapolitan pizzas are nothing less than perfect. From the crust to the sauce, every taste mixed together is heaven in your mouth.

Café Luigi (Chicago, IL)

They say good things come in small packages, at when you go to Café Luigi in Chicago, you’ll really believe that. This hole-in-the-wall, mom and pop pizza joint is why Chicago pizza is in competition with New York. When you sink your teeth into the warm dough, you will definitely be hooked for life.

Five50 Pizza Bar (Las Vegas, NV)

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, right? Not when it comes to pizza, because we need to share this place with you! Five50 Pizza Bar is a perfect combination of New York and Chicago pizza, all made with top-notch ingredients and bringing you impressive tastes.

Vingenzo’s (Atlanta, GA)

Vingenzo’s in Atlanta is the pizza of the south. Prepared with the same Southern Comfort that most all southerners put in their meals, the pizza is no different. You’ll taste the perfect flavors and spices in each slice that you won’t find anywhere else.

Slice of Life Pizzeria & Pub (Wilmington, NC)

If you’re in the Outer Banks area, don’t miss this hot spot in historic Downtown Wilmington. Slice of Life is a small pizza joint on Market Street. Since 1999, only the freshest ingredients have been used to create local masterpieces of pizza. Try the White Pizza – you won’t regret it.