The official seat of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh has a population of over 300,0000 residents but it still manages to maintain that small-town community feel. A city famed for its steelworks, Pittsburgh has a history of industry and immigration, with people migrating into the city from all over the world. With them, they brought food and culture and transformed the nature of the Pittsburgh dining scene. As well as being ‘the Steel City’ and the ‘City of Bridges’, Pittsburgh is a city of great pizza. In fact, one national study suggested that Pittsburgh actually has the second-highest pizzeria-per-capita rate in the country. From rustic classic cuts to artisan Neapolitan pies, the ‘Burgh is renowned for its delicious cheesy delicacy. In fact, the classic Pittsburgh pizza is baked with an extra thick crust to support the copious amount of ooey-gooey melting cheese. Whilst it might not have as many pizzas as Italy, Pittsburgh does have 446 bridges, which is more than Venice, Italy, Amsterdam, or any other city in the world.