Everybody loves pizza. (This guy, especially.) But not everyone enjoys equal access to pizza. Some neighborhoods have more pizza places than others, and, more importantly, pizza is more expensive some places than in others. What can you do about it? Educate yourself.
NPR recently broke it down. Using data from Grub Hub, they were able to visualize the median pizza prices and number of pizzerias in neighborhoods of major American cities—Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., more specifically. New York actually gets two infographics because, well, there's a lot of pizza in New York. The infographics for Manhattan and the outer boroughs are below. Be sure to click "Expand" to embiggen. And click through to NPR to see all six graphs.
So how'd your neighborhood fare?