Americans adore pizza.
According to a 2014 study by the US Department of Agriculture, about one in eight Americans eat pizza on any given day. That’s a lot of pizza.
Acolytes of the Pizza Big Three are steadfast in their preferences: Domino’s, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s.
And as discussion of NFL national anthem protests impacting pizza sales drags the Big Three into the fray, the humble pizza slice has never been more politicized.
But the question is, from which chain to order?
We decided to take the matter into our own hands and test the Big Three pizzas head-to-head to see, hands down, who has the best pizza.
Who is crowned the classic-cheese champion, and who snags the supreme-pizza prize? Keep scrolling to see the results.
Our test has three categories: the classic cheese pizza, the supreme pizza, and breadsticks — the pizza palace essentials.
First, the cheese pizza choices — still hot and cheesy.
The smell of mozzarella and tomato fills the room. No matter how disappointing, all pizza is still good, so this will prove tricky. Are any pizzas truly bad?