Pizza up here is different.
It's greasy, and yummy, and mostly made by Greeks (My favorite place as a kid was Danos; in my current town, the place to go is Athens. Amici's is good, too, but it's not Greek and much New Yorkier).
You can always get a good Greek salad with good Greek dressing to go with it.
You can always get anchovies if you want them.
For a while, people up here called it "'za," although I haven't heard that lately.
There's a different flavor to it, too, and I learned what the secret is from my friend Billy just before I moved away to Washington: cheddar cheese mixed in with the mozzarella. That accounts both for the greasiness and for the yumminess.
Also, I am eating it for breakfast this morning.