(From Our Glossary Feature)
Bar pizza is a type of pizza that is typically found in bars, pubs, and old-school restaurants mainly in New England and other parts of the Northeast. Unlike a traditional Neapolitan or New York-style pizza, a bar pie is usually small in size (typically 10 inches in diameter), and cooked in a pan. The crust is often cracker-like and many, if not most places that serve bar pizza use sauce out of a can. The cheese on top of a bar pie is often greasy and browned as it extends all the way to the edge of the crust.
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