Off the Sauce

A pizza with some unconventional ingredients

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izza shops are a dime a dozen, but really good ones are like two-dollar bills: a rare find. Which is why Sweet Tomatoes stands out among the spare change. Its traditional Neapolitan-style thin-crust pizza eschews the standard smattering of sauce for a thin layer of chopped tomatoes capped off with a generous sprinkling of mozzarella, on oil-free dough rolled very thin, European-style. Trust us, you haven’t tasted pizza like this before. Finish it off with something from the huge and unusual toppings list (among the more interesting entries: goat cheese, kalamata olives, and artichoke hearts) for something that stands apart from the pack. Burns

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The Neapolitan pizza was the first modern pizza. Cheese wasn’t added until 1889.

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