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Old Yesterday, 01:59 PM
 
Location: SE Florida
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In Germany, France and Poland (not sure about other countries) they make pizza in a cookie sheet. They are square/rectangle, and the portions are square too. Very common.

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Last time I was in Antibes, I had a cracker thin crust pizza that was done in a wood burning oven.
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Old Yesterday, 02:08 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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We have both here in Maryland. Most are round but one very popular chain doesn’t cut corners as they like to say.

https://ledopizza.com/
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Old Yesterday, 02:11 PM
 
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Cities? I though this was just a Little Caesars thing!
Little Caesars cuts their pizza into slices, not squares.

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Old Yesterday, 02:20 PM
 
Location: Massachusetts
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Frank Pepe's in New Haven, CT
I go to the New Haven location of Frank Pepe's if not a lot then I would say a fair amount. They do not cut in squares. I don't know how to describe how they cut, not squares or triangles. Maybe you could call it really ugly rectangles trying to be triangles?
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Old Yesterday, 02:24 PM
 
Location: Tyler, TX
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Little Caesars cuts their pizza into slices, not squares.

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Maybe Iím thinking of something else? I swear I got their (rather gross) bacon pizza on a lark which was a giant square cut into little squares. Itís the only square cut pizza Iíve ever seen, and if it wasnít Little Caesarís, it was another chain, not a local place.
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Old Yesterday, 02:31 PM
 
Location: Brackenwood
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Little Caesars cuts their pizza into slices, not squares.

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Maybe Iím thinking of something else? I swear I got their (rather gross) bacon pizza on a lark which was a giant square cut into little squares. Itís the only square cut pizza Iíve ever seen, and if it wasnít Little Caesarís, it was another chain, not a local place.
They used to be better known for their rectangular thick-crust pizza, which they still make but aren't as well known for as they used to be. This is "Detroit-sytle," inspired by Sicilian-style, now being re-popularized across the country by Jet's (another Detroit-based chain).

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Old Yesterday, 02:34 PM
 
Location: Tyler, TX
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They used to be better known for their rectangular thick-crust pizza, which they still make but aren't as well known for as they used to be. This is "Detroit-sytle," inspired by Sicilian-style, now being re-popularized across the country by Jet's (another Detroit-based chain).
That looks almost like it, sans bacon!
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Old Yesterday, 03:03 PM
 
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Detroit-style pizza is baked in a rectangular tray originally intended for sorting auto parts. It's a local variant on the Sicilian tray. The Buscemi's convenience store chain has sold this pizza by the slice since I was a kid, if not longer.



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Old Yesterday, 03:22 PM
 
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There's an Appalachian city in the Pennsylvania Anthracite district called Shamokin. There they have a place called Mr. Pizza that sells pizza "by the cut" (not slice) and the cuts are square. $1.10 each.
Much of Northeast Pennsylvania has what if called Old Forge style pizza, which is square and cut into squares. It's also delicious. My family is from that region.

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Old Yesterday, 03:23 PM
 
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They used to be better known for their rectangular thick-crust pizza, which they still make but aren't as well known for as they used to be. This is "Detroit-sytle," inspired by Sicilian-style, now being re-popularized across the country by Jet's (another Detroit-based chain).
The OP is talking about round pizzas cut into squares. Of course a rectangular pizza would be cut into squares, triangular pieces wouldn't really work.

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