Mediamente è più facile assaggiare un'ottima pizza in un ristorante di New York rispetto a una qualsiasi pizzeria in una qualunque città italiana. Napoli esclusa.
Sure, there'd be dozens of pizzerias. But the reality is that most pizzerias across non-Naples parts of Italy only serve pizza—and not very good pizza, at that—because tourists demand it. Depending where you go, a pizza in Milan or Rome can be fundamentally different from Neapolitan pizza, and is often made with low-quality ingredients, and by pizzaioli that have no idea what they're doing other than topping a simple crust with some form of tomato sauce and cheese.