A proud pizza town, Philly has every kind of specialty pie imaginable: Chicago style. Square pan. Plant based. Those are all well and good (and, you know, delicious), but sometimes you just want a great standard slice from a neighborhood shop–one with a crispy crust, sweet, tangy sauce, loaded with cheese. Nannie Franco’s, a small corner shop in the Italian market, makes simple, satisfying pies seven days a week. We love the white pizza with Roma tomato, basil, and ricotta, and the buffalo chicken, but you can’t go wrong with plain cheese. Sometimes, that’s exactly what you’re looking for.
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